Seminar Series

HaBIC Seminar Series 2016

   
RNASA-IMEDIR. Resent Research Projects and Technology Transfer in Medical Informatics, Opportunities and Challenges for International CollaborationDr Alejandro Pazos-Sierra MD, Professor, Faculty of Informatics, University of A Coruña, Spain.Seminar Flyer
The Role of Biomedical Informatics in the US Precision Medicine InitiativeProfessor Fernando Martin-Sanchez, FACHI, FACMI, Division of Health Informatics, Department of Healthcare Policy and Research, Weill Cornell MedicineSeminar Flyer
Seminar Slides
Vodcast
HISA VICTORIA - Bringing together UX DesignersBernard Schokman, BernardSchokman.co & UXTraining.com
A/Professor Chris Bain, Healthteach-ux
Grahame Grieve, Health Interactions
Seminar Flyer
Biomedical Informatics: A view of the Exposome Dr Guillermo Lopez Campos, Researcher
Health and Biomedical Informatics Centre 
Seminar Flyer
Vodcast
HISA VICTORIA - Clinical EngagementA/Professor Helen Dickinson, Public Governance, Melbourne School of Government and School of Political Sciences

Julie Brophy, Productivity and Health Information Workforce, Department of Health Victoria

Janette Gogler
Seminar Flyer

Vodcast
EMR: use it or you lose itA/Professor Hans J. Meij MBA MSc RN, Executive Director of the Melbourne Academic Centre for HealthSeminar Flyer
Health Services Research at CSIRO: Improving patient outcomes and driving efficiency through technology solutionsJill Freyne, Principal Research Scientist, Australian eHealth Research Centre

Dana Bradford, Digital Services Developer

Seminar Flyer 

Vodcast

Applying Technology to Allied Health AssessmentsCourtney Pocock, Speech PathologistSeminar Flyer
A Big-Band EMR Implementation at RCH

Prof Mike South Chief Medical Information Officer, The Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne.

Jackie McLeod EMR Project Director, The Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne

Flyer
3rd HL7 Australia Working Group Meeting Short Course Seminar Flyer
Digital from Bench to BedsideAnita Petris, Digital Health Project ManagerSeminar Flyer
Vodcast