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Practical eHealth Series

Series Description

These short online courses focus on practical advice and guidance for the eHealth professional that would be useful in day-to-day practice. All look at topics from the practical perspective. Topics include procurement, facilitation, consulting, strategic planning, evaluation, usability, assessment and more. A short series of talks look at human health and health care that help non-healthcare professionals to feel more comfortable in functioning in healthcare organizations. Some sessions look at tools for the eHealth professional such as basic statistics, writing abstracts and structured thinking. Other sessions look at information technology related areas such as workflow, system audits, protecting systems and data, responsible coding. They are full of useful information.

Session
Practical Consulting I: Giving Advice and Surviving Adversity
Practical Consulting II: Managing Work with a Profit Motive
Practical Development: The Major Secrets of Agile Approaches
Practical eHealth Planning: Strategic Planning is Dead - Long Live Good Enough Planning
Practical eHealth Procurement
Practical Healthcare: What Professionals Working in Health Care Need to Know
Practical Meeting Facilitation
Social Media in Health Care

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