University of Technology Sydney

92917 Using Health Care Data for Decision Making


Four workshop days on campus in two cohorts (due to COVID19 restrictions).
Anti-requisite(s): 96342 Using Health Care Data for Decision Making

Professional studies subject



This subject provides a supervised experience for graduate students to learn about making health service decisions using data. Students learn how to explore and manipulate data that are assembled to replicate real patient data to both generate and answer questions. The focus may be managerial or clinical, or an integration of these. Students analyse the assembled patient dataset to generate and interpret health statistics, and translate them into health information and knowledge for decision-making. Students completing this subject develop the ability to explore health data and provide recommendations based on the findings.

Typical availability

Autumn session, City campus

Spring session, City campus


This subject was formerly named Using Data in Health Care Analysis.

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