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1 Computational Methods and Imaging in Medicine HEALTH INFORMATICS MODULE ORIENTATION Dr Jeremy Rogers MD MRCGP Senior Clinical Fellow in Health Informatics Northwest Institute of Bio-Health Informatics

2 Module Aims Give student a wide-ranging insight into the emerging field of Health Informatics and its impact on the delivery of healthcare.

3 Learning Objectives ►Show understanding of the principles of systems, models and change theory ►Display critical awareness of the recent history, current initiatives and issues in health informatics ►Show conceptual grasp of medical knowledge representation and reasoning ►Demonstrate knowledge of data protection and confidentiality as applied to health information

4 Outcomes ►Read and criticise an official report ►Evaluate an HI project ►Synthesise information on a current HI problem or issue ►Produce a plan for an HI project ►Discuss a current issue in Health Informatics orally and in writing

5 Learning ►Invited speakers ►Web searches ►Reading ►Student seminars Q. How much reading am I expected to do? A. As much as possible. Web sites are generally more helpful (and up to date) than textbooks Q. How much reading am I expected to do? A. As much as possible. Web sites are generally more helpful (and up to date) than textbooks

6 Resources ►Module organisers ►Speakers ►Notes ►Library ►Web ►Other students

7 Assessment ►Coursework (60%) ►2 projects ►Presented as seminars ►Written reports ►Exam (40%)

8 Assessment FAQs Q. Will there be any revision sessions? A. A formal revision session MAY be organised around December Q. Will there be any revision sessions? A. A formal revision session MAY be organised around December Q. Can I invent my own project? A. Yes (as long as we approve it) Q. Can I invent my own project? A. Yes (as long as we approve it) Q. What projects are available? A. Q. What projects are available? A. Q. Can two students do the same project? A. No: its first come, first served Q. Can two students do the same project? A. No: its first come, first served

9 CMIM Health Informatics Module Content and Timetable 04-OctJ Rogers Introduction 05-OctT Sharpe Evaluation of Systems / Basic EPR 12-OctD SolomonHospital Information Systems 19-OctJ RogersClinical Terminology 26-OctC MoorePicture Archiving Systems (PACS) 02-NovStudent Seminars 09-NovJ RobertsHealthcare IT Strategy 16-NovJ RogersDecision support and Care Pathways 23-NovJ RobertsInformation Governance / Bioinformatics 30-NovJ RogersStandards 07-DecC NolderConfidentiality and Ethics 14-DecStudent Seminars Jan 2006WRITTEN EXAM


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