Graduate Diploma of E-Health (Health Informatics)
Get hands-on with digital health solutions
Learn how to work collaboratively in today’s technological and data driven world of health. You’ll get contemporary training on how to engage with digital health innovations today and in the future. Take part in experiential learning.
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Course level intended learning outcomes:
- Consolidate and synthesise health informatics theory of in a range of contexts for professional practice, or scholarship
- Evaluate critical, technical, inquiry and creative skills to making decisions and judgements in in a range of healthcare contexts that contribute to professional practice, or scholarship
- Analyse complex healthcare problems by critiquing health informatics knowledge and technical skills, to design, evaluate, implement, analyse and theorise about future developments in the discipline
- Critically analyse established theories and design health informatics research projects.
- Communicate, justify and interpret health informatics theoretical concepts, knowledge and ideas to specialist and non-specialist audiences
- Critically reflect on ethical and make professional judgements on the implications of health informatics and new developments within a complex healthcare environment
The Graduate Diploma of E-Health (Health Informatics) is designed for healthcare practitioners who are currently employed in practice and students are required to engage in experiential learning activities drawing from their practice experience.
The course will be submitted for accreditation by the Australasian College of Health Informatics/Health Informatics Society of Australia accreditation program. A number of Australian health professional organisations and employers have approved the materials as professional development activities and support this extension to the graduate program.
In order to qualify for admission to the Graduate Diploma Program, applicants should hold a three-year degree or a diploma with a major in a health related or communications technology area
Work and Life
Students may apply for this program with experience and/or qualifications as deemed appropriate by the UTAS School of Nursing
English Proficiency Requirements
The minimum English language test score requirements for postgraduate coursework programs are as follows:
- IELTS (Academic): 6.0 (no individual band less than 6.0); or
- TOEFL (iBT): 72 (no skill below: Reading 16; Listening 16; Speaking 18; Writing 22); or
- PTE Academic: 50 with no score lower than 50; or
- UTASAccess-English: Level 7 - 60% (no individual score less than 60%); or
- Cambridge CAE (Certificate of Advanced English): B Grade; or
- Cambridge CPE (Certificate of Proficiency in English): C Grade; or
- Cambridge BEC (Business English Certificate) or Higher: C Grade
The University of Tasmania grants credit and recognition of prior learning that may include formal and/or informal prior learning. More information is available here.
In a time of rapid technological advances in health, the Graduate Diploma of E-Health (Health Informatics) allows health care professionals to undertake contemporary training to engage in digital health innovations today and into the future. This degree has been developed in consultation with leading industry experts to enable graduates to work collaboratively in today’s technological and data driven world. With a socio-technical perspective, the Graduate Diploma of E-Health (Health Informatics) will enable graduates to support safe and effective technological solutions.
Recommended Study Pattern
Students must complete 8 subjects as outlined in the recommended study pattern below:
- CRH500 Introduction to Health Informatics
- CRH501 Data, Information and Knowledge
- CRH602 E-Health
- CRH604 The Diffusion of Health Technology (Managing Change)
- CRH503 E-Health Privacy and Security Issues
- CRH505 Electronic Health Records
- CRH601 Health Informatics in Practice
- CRH607 Health Informatics Research Methods
Satisfactory completion of 8 units listed in the course schedule, finishing within 3 – 7 years.
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You can apply for government funding or pay up-front.