Digital Health: A Transformative Approach - E-Book, 1st Edition
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- Information presented across four units and 12 chapters that support learning and teaching and help build learners’ work readiness
- Scaffolded approach across three levels of capability – empowered, transitional, and entrusted - suitable for undergraduate, postgraduate and ongoing professional development
- Supported by an Elsevier Adaptive Quizzing (EAQ) to provide formative assessment across the three levels
- Includes telehealth, electronic medical/health records, clinical technologies, disaster planning, interoperability and precision health care
- Additional online case studies to support advanced learning.
Unit 1: Foundations of Digital Health 1. Introduction to Digital Health 2. Understanding Digital Health 3. Understanding Research Application in Digital Health • End of unit case study Unit 2: Embedding safe, ethical, and effective use of Digital Health - (improving digital literacy across the health workforce.) 4. Consumer involvement 5. Digital Health Technologies and Systems 6. Interoperability & Improving User Experience • End of unit case study Unit 3: Integrating Technologies –(redesign specific to each profession and specialty area as digital health innovations reshape health functions and roles.) 7. Knowledge management (Applied Clinical Informatics) 8. Diagnostics Underpinning Digital Health • End of unit case study Unit 4: Digital Health Transformation (Integrated and New Models of Care) 9. Trust in Digital Health (Power of Data Myths) 10. Consumers as partners in Digital Health 11. New models of care 12. Globalisation of digital health – progress and trends / future directions • End of unit case study • Glossary
Helen Almond, RN RSCN MSC PHD FAIDH MACN, Senior Lecturer,Course Coordinator Health Service Management (Safety & Quality),Australian Institute of Health Service Management (AIHSM),College of Business and Economics (COBE),University of Tasmania and Carey Mather, RN BSc GCert ULT GCert Creative Media Technology GCert Research PGrad Dip Health Promotion MPH PhD MACN FAIDH FHEA, Senior Lecturer,Australian Institute of Health Service Management,College of Business and Economics,University of Tasmania