Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics and Digital Health
Information and communication technologies are transforming healthcare all around the world. The rise of Digital Health, e-health, Mobile Health and Telehealth are giving new importance to Health Informatics knowledge and skills, in order to enable safe and effective change in health systems, standards and strategies.
People with advanced qualifications in Health Informatics are in short supply across the health sector. Nationally and internationally, the whole of the health workforce needs to build new capabilities to work in increasingly technolologised settings.
Some subjects run in the evenings on the Parkville campus. Some subjects are available for full online study.
Why study for a Graduate Certificate in Informatics and Digital Health?
The Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics and Digital Health is designed for people now working, or planning to work, in the health sector who aspire to management and leadership roles as digitally enabled healthcare professionals, health service providers, health policy-makers or health researchers.
Program of Study
Students must complete the following CORE Subjects
|INFO90001||eHealth and Biomedical Informatics Methods||12.5 pt|
Students must complete ONLY ONE of the following subjects
|Students with |
|New Subject||Clinical Informatics and Digital Health (on-line)||12.5 pt|
|ISYS90069||eHealth and Biomedical Informatics System||12.5 pt|
Plus choose ONE ELECTIVE from
|POPH90263||Technology and Ageing (on-line)||12.5 pt|
|ISYS90078||Health Data, Information and Knowledge||12.5 pt|
|ISYS90076||IT Infrastructure for Health||12.5 pt|
How do i apply?
Visit futurestudents.unimelb.edu.au/admissions/applications for more information on the application process
T 13 MELB (13 6352)
You can download a copy of the flyer here.
Note: The Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics and Digital Health is a new offering of the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health.