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2013 project capstone workshop

 

Held in conjunction with Australian and New Zealand Association for Health Professional Education (ANZAHPE) annual conference, Melbourne, 25 June 2013. 

 

1. Title  Ehealth Education for Future Clinical Health Professionals

 

2. Background

The health workforce increasingly needs clinicians who are able to work professionally and proactively with the emerging and converging information and communication tools and technologies for healthcare that are collectively described as ‘ehealth’.

This two-year Australian Government project has produced important evidence and innovative resources to support systematic improvements in the ehealth education of future clinicians across the health professions, including:

  • Review of the international scholarly and report literature
  • Survey of degree coordinators’ perspectives and practices
  • Comparison of degree accreditation requirements
  • Analysis of key knowledge, skills and attributes in job advertisements
  • Inventory of internationally available resources for teaching
  • Development of introductory case studies for learning

 

3. Aim

Provide an interactive interprofessional learning experience focused on ehealth education issues and approaches in Australia and other parts of the world, for teachers, students, academic developers and researchers.

 

4. Focus questions

Why do health professionals need to know about ehealth and what does it mean for a health professional to be competent in ehealth?

What methods and resources are appropriate, available and effective for learning, teaching and assessment in the ehealth education of future clinical health professionals?

 

5. Activities

In a 90 minute workshop, in small groups and in plenary sessions with Australian project team members, participants will be guided to:

Examine current understandings about ehealth

Share existing ehealth education methods and activities

Devise ways to evaluate the impact of ehealth education locally and globally

Develop critical perspectives on ehealth education theory and practice 

 

Further details: http://anzahpe13.com/ 

 


 

 

 

Workshops for program coordinators and directors of Australian health professional degrees 2012:

 

Location

Host

Dates/Time

Venue
Brisbane University of Queensland Thursday,February 9th, 2012, 9.00AM-1.30PM followed by the National EHealth Transition Authority Session from 2.00PM-4.00PM

UQ Centre of Clinical Research Auditorium, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Queensland, Herston Campus

 

Sydney

University of Western Sydney

Friday, February 10th, 2012, 9.00AM-1.30PM followed by the National EHealth Transition Authority Session from 2.00PM-4.00PM

Standards Australia, Level 10, Room 10, The Exchange Centre, 20 Bridge Street, Sydney

 

Perth

Curtin University

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012,, 9.00AM-1.30PM followed by the National EHealth Transition Authority Session from 2.00PM-4.00PM

Seminar Room 1, Bentley Tech Park, 2 Brodie Hall Drive, Bentley

 

Melbourne

University of Melbourne

Friday, February 24th, 2012, 9.00AM-1.30PM followed by the National EHealth Transition Authority Session from 2.00PM-4.00PM

Woodward Conference Centre, 185 Pelham Street, Law Building, 10th Floor, University of Melbourne, Parkville Campus 

 

 

Workshop Documents

 

Workshop program   eHealth education Workshop program.pdf

 

Discussion paper   eHealth education for Australias future health professionals discussion paper.pdf

 

Journal paper       educating future clinicians about clinical informatics.PDF

 

Example competencies  Australian Health Informatics Education Council document on Health Informatics Competencies.PDF

 

Workshop slides  eHealth education national workshops 2012 slides.pptx

 

Worksheet  eHealth Education Workshops Participant Worksheet.pdf

 

 

Panellists

 

Brisbane Panellists bio.pdf   Sydney Panellists bio.pdf   Perth Panellists bio.pdf   Melbourne Panellists bio.pdf

 

Panellist Presentations

 

Glynda Summers eHealth capability in clinical health professions.ppt

 

 

National EHealth Transition Authority Session (NEHTA) - 2.00PM-4.00PM at all workshops

 

Summary of presentation, bio of presenters and slides:

 

NEHTA session abstract and bio of presenters.pdf

 

Building towards a national eHealth Future.pptx

 

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