The University of Sydney
Associate Professor Adam Dunn is Director of Biomedical Informatics and Digital Health in the Faculty of Medicine and Health at The University of Sydney, and Convener of the DHIN. He leads research in clinical research informatics, aiming to improve the way results from clinical trials are used in systematic reviews and clinical practice; and public health informatics, aiming to improve health behaviours and health literacy using large-scale data from news and social media to track how evidence and misinformation are taken up by the public.
Clinical Analytics, Digital Health, Informatics, Mobile Health, Telehealth
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Building Digital Literacy, Promoting Informed Healthcare Delivery, Safely Managing & Sharing Information, Supporting Health, Wellness & Rehabilitation, Towards Personalised Health