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Please join us at the ‘eHealth and Healthcare Delivery Theme Showcase’. Everyone is welcome to participate in this morning designed to promote your work and learn about others’, in a friendly setting!Find out more
eHealth@Sydney 2020 will be held on Tuesday 11th February, 2020. This free event will showcase the exciting and innovative research on the inter-relationship between health and digital technologies at the University of Sydney and beyond.Find out more
Join panel chair Dr Norman Swan as panellists discuss the role telehealth can play in primary and secondary care. The panel will present practical strategies for healthcare professionals and outline the risks and rewards of telehealth for practitioners and patients alike. Set against the backdrop of the current COVID-19 crisis.Find out more
Join us for an online panel discussing how the organisational, economic and societal changes around COVID-19 are influencing digital health researchers.Find out more »
A new approach to getting your health invention, innovation or research into your ideal consumers’ hands.
Digital health lunchtime seminar: A new approach to getting your health invention, innovation or research into your ideal consumers’ hands.
Dr Bronwyn Darlington, founder Healthspan Technologies, Agscent Technologies, Module Leader for the Sydney University Business School’s Global Executive MBA (Finding Opportunity […]Find out more »
Dr Brett Gardiner will provide personal insights and outline ways where the dichotomous efforts of both the "sharp" and "blunt" ends of the workforce can collaboratively work together to achieve sustained improvements in patient safetyFind out more »
CHAT-GP: Improving communication about heart disease risk assessment in general practice using ehealth interventions
This presentation outlines the development and evaluation of a new ehealth interface for GP guidelines to address these barriers, including a decision aid that can be auto-populated from patient medical records. Following a theory-based development process and user co-design, the resulting intervention was acceptable to GPs with high intentions for use, improved identification of patient risk categories and more guidelines-based prescribing intentions for high risk but not low risk patients. The effectiveness of linking the intervention to clinical practice more closely to address implementation barriers will be evaluated in future research.Find out more »
The talk will outline two platforms, ‘My Circles’ and Orygen’s ‘MOST’ platform, each producing evidence based models of care to provide either targeted clinical mental health support, or ongoing chronic mental health management for youth in Australia.Find out more
Digital Health Lunchtime Seminar | #TwitterMind: using social media for connection and its role in brain injury rehabilitation
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) happens in an instant and is estimated to affect sixty-nine million people each year. Due to changes in cognition and communication following a TBI, many people experience a significant loss of friendships after their […]Find out more
Richard Taggart is Chief Information Officer, Sydney Local Health District with responsibility for ICT Services in its hospitals and health services. Richard has worked in healthcare in the UK, Singapore and Australia and has a background in pharmacy and health informatics. Prior to joining SLHD, Richard was Healthcare Lead for Australia and New Zealand Apple.Find out more