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The RHIED Project

Murphy, J; (2001) The RHIED Project. In: (Proceedings) ICT Themed Workshop. : Open University, Milton Keynes.

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Abstract

15 June 2001 This paper summarises the preliminary findings from the RHIED project(DoH/ICT/136)- a national study of health informatics education in the UK. The research hypothesis was that in the UK, HI has not yet been incorporated either into formal education programmes or continuing professional development. The findings from both the survey and the case studies support our hypothesis. Despite various recommendations, reports, conferences and exhortations, Health Informatics is still NOT integrated into clinical curriculum. The researchers argue there is some way to go before those in training arrive in post with the IT skills and HI competencies the NHS requires. The study

Type:Proceedings paper
Title:The RHIED Project
Event:ICT Themed Workshop
Dates:4001-06-15
Additional information:This was an invitation-only workshop, sponsored by the Department of Health, for all recipients of of ICT grants.
Keywords:RHIED project, Interim report, Department of Health, ICT Projects, Methods, Key Findings
UCL classification:UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Population Health Sciences > Institute of Epidemiology and Health Care > CHIME

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