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In 2017, cybersecurity continues to grow as one of the key challenges for digital health in today’s hospital and healthcare system. There is no doubt the threat to patient records, safety and security is real and requires resourcing.
Connectivity and automated processes may help with workflow but they have also increased the vulnerability of healthcare providers to […]Find out more
How confident are we really, in our health data, as a clinician or scientist?
Has hypothesis testing and P value run its course? Come along to the first Digital Health and Informatics Network (DHIN) breakfast to find out. This seminar, led by Professor Sally Cripps, explores Bayesian Theory applied to a health data setting. The breakfast is […]
Please join us for the first Digital Health and Informatics Network (DHIN) Symposium on Tuesday 5th December, 2017 “The Future We Were Promised” where we will be exploring how partnerships in digital health are transforming care.
Our international keynote speaker is Dr Calum MacRae M.D. Ph.D, Chief of Cardiovascular Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Associate Professor of Medicine […]Find out more
The Digital Health and Informatics Network (DHIN) presents the Practice Analytics Workshop. The workshop will be held on Tuesday 6th March, 2018 in the Sutherland Room in the Holme Building at The University of Sydney.
Please join us for this interactive workshop to shape the way forward in how we use different data sets, including emerging performance […]Find out more
The Cyberpsychology Research Group (CRG) at The University of Sydney is Australia’s first formal research team that investigates the impact of consumer technology (e.g. smartphones, video games, social networking, wearable technology, VR and AI, etc.) on human behaviour.
This 45 minute webinar will cover the latest in cyberpsychology research across the world, including the […]Find out more
Low back pain and knee osteoarthritis are the highest contributors to disability worldwide, impacting every aspect of a person’s life. Most treatment approaches to the management of low back pain and knee osteoarthritis offer small to moderate treatment effects at best. Conservative management is the cornerstone, however, it requires access to services and adherence to programs. […]Find out more
We hope that you will be able to join us as we hear Dr Calum MacRae and Dr Ziad Obermeyer discuss their experiences at the forefront of digital health innovation. Please join us for breakfast and an opportunity to meet others interested in digital health.Find out more »
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Please note we have also moved the venue to accommodate the interest, the new venue is:
Carslaw Lecture Theatre 275, Carslaw Building (F07), Eastern Avenue, The University of Sydney
The inaugural eHealth@Sydney conference brings together, […]Find out more
Please join us for a short lunchtime presentation on the future of AI in healthcare. In this 30 minute webinar Professor Tim Shaw will present on the major trends and the impact of Artificial Intelligence on health. Professor Shaw will also provide insights from his recent visit to the World Medical Innovation Forum, AI in Healthcare, and provide perspective from industry leaders.Find out more