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92032 Digital Health for Health Information Professionals

6cp; 4 x 7hrs (workshops); pre-learning: 3hrs/workshop
Requisite(s): 92031c Fundamentals of Health Information and Records Management
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Professional studies subject


Postgraduate

Description

This subject provides a theoretical and practical introduction to the area of digital health with a focus on relational database management systems/information systems. Concepts covered include SQL; interoperability; mapping; workflow and systems analysis; entity-relationship modelling; system design, development, implementation, evaluation and maintenance; data standards; data integrity and security; data governance. This subject helps students to develop an understanding of the entire system design, development and implementation process. The practical skills acquired from this subject enable health information management graduates to effectively work as health informatics experts.

Typical availability

Autumn session, City campus


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Access conditions

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