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!
The Faculty of Health Science's eHealth and Healthcare Delivery Research Theme has grown and broadened, making it hard for members to stay on top of all the excellent research being done. To facilitate sharing of ideas and collaboration, we are holding an ‘eHealth and Healthcare Delivery Theme Showcase' and creating a corresponding theme directory. Everyone is [...]
The webinar will provide tips on deciding how to map your research questions to measures, how to compare the measurement (technical) and practical properties of measures, as well as using the tool effectively once you’ve chosen it.
Abstract submissions for eHealth@Sydney 2020 are due Thursday 5th September, 2019. If you have not submitted yours yet, there is still time, and we encourage you to be a part of this exciting event. The conference theme for 2020 is Digital Connections: Using technology to bridge gaps in healthcare. eHealth@Sydney 2020 aims to showcase the exciting [...]
eHealth@Sydney 2020: EOIs open for Steering Committee Expressions of Interest (EOIs) are open for three positions within the eHealth@Sydney 2020 Steering Committee. EOIs are invited for eHealth/digital health researchers who fit any of the following criteria: Early Career Researcher within the Faculty of Medicine and Health, Faculty of Engineering and IT, or School of Design and [...]
The eHealth and Healthcare Delivery Theme (FHS) and the DHIN would like to invite you to the first in the webinar series supporting Higher Degree Research students. Please join us for the inaugural webinar presentation on raising your research profile. Professor Tim Shaw and Dr Melanie Keep will share strategies and ideas on how to make [...]
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.
How do we drive the future of clinical analytics embedded in practice? This interactive workshop will focus on the collaboration required between The University, Sydney Health Partners, and our service partners, in developing world-class shared clinical analytic capability. We will have examples from within Sydney Health Partners and input from our key stakeholders including eHealth NSW. Dr [...]