MSc Health Informatics

University of Edinburgh / College of Medicine & Veterinary Medicine
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15.09.2012  Distance learning
 
Course Content
Health informatics is an emerging discipline covering the knowledge, skills and tools that enable information to be collected, managed, used and shared to support the delivery of healthcare and to promote health. Delivered entirely online, participation in discussion forums, online seminars (selection)
Learning objectives, training objectives
Develop skills in the critical appraisal, assessment and use of information to support information needs and apply those skills in strategic planning for the design, delivery and evaluation of information technology initiatives
Target Audience
Working healthcare professionals who wish to use informatics effectively in their usual role; people with backgrounds in applied healthcare technology, health information management/policy and health services research
Qualifications
Good first degree in a relevant subject or an equivalent professional qualification together with a normal minimum of two years' relevant work experience
Notes
In cooperation with the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
 

Enquiries and Registration:

Ms. Ashley Stevenson
Ms. Lauren Johnston-Smith
 
Languages
English
Fees
On request
Organizer contact info
The Queen's Medical Research Institute 47 Little France Crescent
EH16 4TJ Edinburgh
United Kingdom
 
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