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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
I have over 13 years’ experience in the professional IT space, including but not limited to, extensive knowledge on ICT Systems Analysis, IT Project Implementation, & Senior Project Managerial experience. With my move(about 2 years ago) to Clinical and Business Performance unit(WSLHD) , I have successfully delivered key Business Intelligence (BI) solutions for Western Sydney Local health District.
I have understood the significance of Health Data for deriving the clinical and operational knowledge/insights underpinned by advanced analytics and Enterprise Information Management (IM) strategies. From electronic medical records, claims, registries, medical databases, and health digital data in general, health has a vast amount of data. Nonetheless, for this information to be useful, we are required to enhance the skills using the power of data analytics underpinned by robust data analytics framework.
Being an integral resource of Clinical and Business Performance team, I firmly believe the DHIN network is a great and exciting network to be a part of and will assist teams to generate data driven solutions through comprehensions of complex real world health issues.
I am a Human Factors researcher with expertise in the evaluation of health information technologies. My research is focused on understanding and preventing medication errors, with a particular focus on the design and evaluation of computerised decision support. I have published widely in the areas of medication safety, decision support and human factors and my research has resulted in a number of significant changes being made to hospital clinical information systems, and well as to hospital policy and work practices.
I am Chair of the Healthcare Ergonomics Special Interest Group of the Human Factors & Ergonomics Society of Australia (HFESA) and Co-Chair of the Healthcare Ergonomics Technical Committee of the International Ergonomics Association (IEA). I am passionate about integrating Human Factors methods and approaches, particularly user-centred design, into healthcare. I have partnered with clinicians, health services, and government agencies to ensure that clinical information systems are both effective in improving safety and are compatible with the needs, preferences and established workflow of users.
Caitlin Hamilton is in the final year of her PhD on the topic of technology use during aged-care and neurological rehabilitation. As part of her PhD, she has explored the experiences of patients and therapists who have been involved in the NHMRC funded AMOUNT rehabilitation trial (APP1063751); a large multi-centre trial investigating the use of tailored prescription of technology to improve physical activity levels during rehabilitation. Since graduating in 2008, Caitlin has worked as an occupational therapist predominantly in rehabilitation roles. She is keen to improve rehabilitation services through the implementation of technology in practice.
Completed 3 years of medicine for a Bachelor of Health. About to commence a PhD in prevention of secondary health through online interventions.