Displaying 1 - 25 of 405
Jeremy is driven by improving patient outcomes and the patient experience - smart digitalisation and de-siloing of healthcare and aligning purposeful technologies to aid the clinical workflow. Building awareness of the importance of well-rounded clinical leadership and clinician engagement in digital health and clinical informatics is pivotal. His appointment to the Clinical Informatics Community of Practice Steering Committee and joint authorship on the Allied Health whitepaper reflects this commitment. He maintains his Pharmacy registration, with mental health advance practice qualifications, is a CBAP and a CHIA.
Digital health transformations are Jeremy's focus – his roles expand across NSW in oral health, critical care and community health settings (clinical documentation and medication management), clinical system safety, and clinical terminology. His current appointment is with the Centre for Oral Health Strategy, NSW. He has a significant interest in leveraging robotic process automation, codesign and interoperability standards to deliver clinical and business objectives.
Associate Professor of Surgery , MD, PhD.
Dr Frankie Stevens is a consultant in eResearch services, specialising in the application of advanced information and communication technologies to the practice of Research.
Previously, Frankie has held roles with the Australian Research Data Commons, the NSW state body for eResearch, the Research Data Storage Infrastructure (RDSI) Project and was eResearch Programme Manager at the University of Sydney. Frankie has 20 years' experience in the Higher Education Sector, having worked in both the Australian and overseas university sectors. Frankie's current role is as the Australian National Research and Educations Network's (AARNet) Research Engagement Strategist.
Frankie’s more recent activities in the Higher Education Sector have centred on enhancing research through the use of advanced expertise in both Scientific and Information & Communication technologies. Her leadership role in developing strong relationships between research communities, local, state and national eResearch infrastructure initiatives has involved broad awareness raising and promotion of expert capabilities for the Australian Research Sector. She is on the Technical Advisory Board for the Global Research Data Alliance.
Frankie actively participates in local and international conferences and discussions around the discovery, management and re-use of research data, sharing her expertise in these areas. She is a Programme Committee member for the Australasia eResearch Conference.
Frankie holds a PhD in Cell Biochemistry (Cancer Research) from the University of Manchester, and a Bachelor of Science (Honours), majoring in Biology with European Studies from the University of Sussex. Frankie is a published academic, and also holds a number of Project and Programme Management professional qualifications.
A clinical psychologist and researcher interested in how technology can enhance mental health service quality. Involved in some large scale projects exploring this question.
Currently completing the final year of my Bachelor of Health Sciences at the University of Sydney and looking for opportunities in Health Informatics.
Dr Joanna Diong trained as a physiotherapist and is Senior Lecturer in anatomy. She has research interests in mechanisms of motor impairment after stroke, and using artificial intelligence to analyse human movement.
Currently the Operations Manager for the University of Sydney Cardiovascular Initiative, I am passionate about enabling the highest quality research and development and translating that to health outcomes with a positive impact. I have a commercial health research and rapid diagnostics development background with experience working in start-up companies, large pharma, and universities on project management, new product development, manufacturing, process improvement, clinical trials and change management. I have developed strategy, budget and business plans and assisted in the establishment and implementation of ISO and TGA accredited manufacturing processes.
Chief Operating Officer of Westmead Applied Research Centre and over 25 years experience within legal, financial and regulatory environments working across private, public and corporate sectors. Holds a Diploma in Law with an unrestricted practising certificate, Diploma in Financial Services (Financial Planning) and Master of Business and Technology (AGSM).
My name is Karen Cochrane. I'm currently a PhD candidate at the University of Sydney in the School of Architecture, Design, and Planning. My PhD research is in developing interactive ambient nature soundscapes to teach beginners mindfulness meditation.
Clinical Process Business Analyst Integrated and Community Health Western Sydney Local Health District