We attract and nurture extraordinary data and tech talent. We support our Children’s Campus staff with opportunities for professional development, training, education, and established career pathways. With increased informatics literacy, backed by a crew of data champions, we’re raising a skilled workforce savvy in health analytics. Check out our current programs, education links, and training opportunities below.
Want to become a data wiz but don’t know where to start? Get in touch and we can help guide you!
We annually support a group of Children’s Campus staff through the Certified Health Informatician Australasia (CHIA) program, managed by the Australasian Institute of Digital Health.
We fund the certification and provide mentoring, study assistance and exam preparation. If you are interested in completing the CHIA program in 2024, read more via the link below.
You can now apply to attend a range of FHIR courses. FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) is a standard for exchanging healthcare information electronically and is becoming increasingly important as healthcare systems look to improve data interoperability and patient care. We believe that the skills and knowledge gained from these courses will be invaluable to your organisations, and we encourage you to send this information to anyone who would benefit from this opportunity.
Matt Farrugia, Evaluation Coordinator for Adolescent Medicine, has been appointed as the 2023 Learning Healthcare System Academy Fellow for the Melbourne Children’s Campus.
We are pleased to be working with the University of Melbourne’s Centre for Digital Transformation of Health to deliver this unique fellowship program.
You can read about the brilliant work of our 2022 UoM Fellow, Jo Lawrence, in the Choosing Wisely Program at RCH.
Learn more about the LHSA Fellowship
Do you want to improve your skills in health analytics? Check out these learning opportunities.Learn new skills
The Applied Learning Healthcare System course is made up of a series of modules that build on each other to provide an overview of all the steps required in an effective learning health system cycle. In-class learning will involve hands on, guided workshops by instructors and group work using a variety of tools and software to interrogate the data and develop digital health solutions.
To register your interest, email our Workforce Development Lead Elle Cartmill [email protected] with 500 words on why a learning health system will benefit your work.