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Sobre o curso

The MOOC, "eHealth: More than just an electronic record!", is multidisciplinary in nature, and aims to equip the global audience of health clinicians, students, managers, administrators, and researchers to reflect on the overall impact of eHealth on the integration of care. It explores the breadth of technology application, current and emerging trends, and showcases both local and international eHealth practice and research. The entire eHealth Course consists of 5 modules and takes about 5 weeks to complete. Completion certificates are issued on the basis of participation in all 5 modules. Completing the health practice assignment in Module 5 entitles you to advanced standing in some of the eHealth courses run by the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney. What you'll learn - The fundamentals of eHealth and where it is heading - What kind of health data we are currently collecting and how it will transform healthcare in the future - How new technologies are helping health consumers participate in their own healthcare - How eHealth can improve the coordination and efficiency of healthcare and what the barriers might be Length: Self-paced 5 week course Study time commitment: 3 hours per week Assessable components: Assignment 1 in Module 2 (40%) and Assignment 2 in Module 5 (60%). Guest presenters (listed in alphabetical order): * Jordan Andersen | The University of Sydney * Dr Teresa Andersen | Sydney Local Health District * Dr Robert Birnbaum | Harvard Medical School / Partners Healthcare * Melissa Brunner | The University of Newcastle & The University of Sydney * Professor Jane Burns | Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre & The University of Sydney * Professor Rafael A. Calvo | The University of Sydney * Dr Andrew Campbell | The University of Sydney * Dr Jelle Demeestere | John Hunter Hospital, Newcastle NSW * Professor Hugh Durrant-Whyte | The University of Sydney * Karen Finnin | Physios Online * Professor Afaf Girgis | UNSW Medicine * Anna Janssen | The University of Sydney * Professor Judy Kay | The University of Sydney * Dr Melanie Keep | The University of Sydney * A/Professor Jinman Kim | The University of Sydney * Dr John Lambert | eHealth NSW * Dr Melanie Keep | The University of Sydney * Dr Karen Luxford | Clinical Excellence Committee NSW * Michael Marthick | Chris O’Brien Lifehouse & The University of Sydney * A/ Professor Mark McEntee | The University of Sydney * Professor Kathryn Refshauge | The University of Sydney * Dr Ursula Sansom-Daly | Sydney Children's Hospital, Prince of Wales Hospital & UNSW Medicine * Dr Arran Schlosberg | The University of Sydney * Professor Stephen Simpson | The University of Sydney * Professor Leanne Togher | The University of Sydney * Josh Zadro | The University of Sydney...

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FC

Jun 03, 2020

I am a business professional but this course gives me an excellent view of eHealth in a wider perspective and importantly its innovative significant to business. Thank you for designing this course.

GY

Aug 21, 2017

Very good introduction and definition to eHealth, especially given the breadth of information around this topic. I would recommend this course to anyone, not just those involved with healthcare.

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por Iryna Z

Aug 07, 2017

Interesting but a bit to easy.

por Giuseppe C

May 27, 2020

really interesting

por Mustapha l

Feb 24, 2018

OK and cool

por PRASANNAKUMAR V

Jan 17, 2018

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por Ala’ D

Jun 29, 2020

It is really good for general knowledge about the importance, benefit and challenges of e-health. It discussed many aspects but It didn’t have an appropriate cover for my scope as a clinical pharmacist.

por Maurice H

Oct 21, 2016

The format with a large variety of testimonials from experts in different niches of the healthcare sector was interesting. However, it lacked critical reflection and depth. Throughout the course, with only a few exceptions, I lacked the feeling I was learning something.