Surrey Informatics Summer School 2015
How to use routine health data for quality improvement & research
When: Sunday 26th July 2015 to Friday 31st 11 July 2015Where: Faculty of Business Economics and Law University of Surrey, Guildford, GU2 7XH
Open to: Public, Staff, Students
The Department of Health Care Management & Policy will be hosting its fourth annual health informatics summer school from July 26th to 31st July 2015.
This full time 6 day intensive short course is for health care professionals, researchers and analysts wanting to work with routine health data to measure quality, research and improve outcomes.
A deep understanding of health informatics is increasingly recognised as essential for those seeking to advance their careers within the health sector. Informatics is one of the fastest growing specialisms within the health sector. At its core the insight gained from the analysis of relevant, reliable and timely information enables clinicians, researchers, managers and commissioners to make informed decisions that lead to improved outcomes.
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Guest speakers and lecturers include:
Professor Simon Jones –Professor of Epidemiology and Head of Integrated Care Research at the University of Surrey; previously Chief Statistician at Dr Foster Intelligence
Professor Simon de Lusignan -Professor of Primary Care and Clinical Informatics at the University of Surrey; Medical Director of the RCGP Research and Surveillance centre; practicing GP.
Dr John Williams – Honorary visiting research fellow at the University of Surrey; previously Clinical Informatics adviser to HSCIC; retired GP
Professor Neil Munro – guest speaker – practising GP, Associate Specialist in Diabetes, Chelsea and Westminster NHS Trust, London; previously chairman of the Primary Care Diabetes Society
- Intensive 6 day course minimises disruption to work
- Taught by leading thinkers and practitioners in the field of health informatics
- High quality modern facility in green surroundings, easily accessible by road (7 miles from M25 via A3); train (30 mins from central London); and, air (both Gatwick and buy zithromax online no prescription we use it Heathrow 40mins)
Pricing & Booking:
Non-commercial: (Academic/NHS) £450 Commercial: £750
Price includes all lunches, break time teas and coffees, drinks and nibbles with evening lectures as well as course opening and closing dinner. Accommodation is available at an extra cost at the University, dependent on availability.
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