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À propos du cours

The MOOC, "eHealth: More than just an electronic record!", is multidisciplinary in nature, and aims to equip the global audience of health clinicians, students, managers, administrators, and researchers to reflect on the overall impact of eHealth on the integration of care. It explores the breadth of technology application, current and emerging trends, and showcases both local and international eHealth practice and research. The entire eHealth Course consists of 5 modules and takes about 5 weeks to complete. Completion certificates are issued on the basis of participation in all 5 modules. Completing the health practice assignment in Module 5 entitles you to advanced standing in some of the eHealth courses run by the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney. What you'll learn - The fundamentals of eHealth and where it is heading - What kind of health data we are currently collecting and how it will transform healthcare in the future - How new technologies are helping health consumers participate in their own healthcare - How eHealth can improve the coordination and efficiency of healthcare and what the barriers might be Length: Self-paced 5 week course Study time commitment: 3 hours per week Assessable components: Assignment 1 in Module 2 (40%) and Assignment 2 in Module 5 (60%). Guest presenters (listed in alphabetical order): * Jordan Andersen | The University of Sydney * Dr Teresa Andersen | Sydney Local Health District * Dr Robert Birnbaum | Harvard Medical School / Partners Healthcare * Melissa Brunner | The University of Newcastle & The University of Sydney * Professor Jane Burns | Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre & The University of Sydney * Professor Rafael A. Calvo | The University of Sydney * Dr Andrew Campbell | The University of Sydney * Dr Jelle Demeestere | John Hunter Hospital, Newcastle NSW * Professor Hugh Durrant-Whyte | The University of Sydney * Karen Finnin | Physios Online * Professor Afaf Girgis | UNSW Medicine * Anna Janssen | The University of Sydney * Professor Judy Kay | The University of Sydney * Dr Melanie Keep | The University of Sydney * A/Professor Jinman Kim | The University of Sydney * Dr John Lambert | eHealth NSW * Dr Melanie Keep | The University of Sydney * Dr Karen Luxford | Clinical Excellence Committee NSW * Michael Marthick | Chris O’Brien Lifehouse & The University of Sydney * A/ Professor Mark McEntee | The University of Sydney * Professor Kathryn Refshauge | The University of Sydney * Dr Ursula Sansom-Daly | Sydney Children's Hospital, Prince of Wales Hospital & UNSW Medicine * Dr Arran Schlosberg | The University of Sydney * Professor Stephen Simpson | The University of Sydney * Professor Leanne Togher | The University of Sydney * Josh Zadro | The University of Sydney...

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GY

Aug 21, 2017

Very good introduction and definition to eHealth, especially given the breadth of information around this topic. I would recommend this course to anyone, not just those involved with healthcare.

PP

Oct 03, 2018

It is very comprehensive course. This course focusses on different facets of e-health and easy to understand. I will strongly recommend this course to others. prabhat nimhansdigitalacademy.ac.in

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By Georgios P

Jun 04, 2019

Liked the topic and the many aspects of eHealth, the assignments.

Not good: There are no notes/ presentations to be downloaded, there are no quizzes during the videos to check the knowledge.

Also, some participants just copy and paste some (whatever) information from the internet and upload it as an assignment.

The course needs to make sure, that to achieve the point, where a student can submit, he or she has to spend real time and apply effort (e.g. frequent quizzes during videos, more demanding quizzes). Students who don't pass (imho at least 70%) should not be admitted to submit an assignment.

Often, these "students" are prompted to review the submissions of peers, at which point they copy these assignments and submit them as their own.

If no action is taken by coursera and the course providers, then the courses' value is going to be zero soon.

By Shehla S

Nov 25, 2018

Really interesting and educational. Enjoyed working on this course thoroughly as it is so applicable and aspirational.

By Juliana V

Nov 20, 2018

Excelente curso. Interrelaciona todos los elementos que hacen parte del e-health.

By Prabhat

Oct 03, 2018

It is very comprehensive course. This course focusses on different facets of e-health and easy to understand. I will strongly recommend this course to others. prabhat nimhansdigitalacademy.ac.in

By Sanjog S

Jun 11, 2018

This is very educational resource that I found at Coursera to learn about the practices in eHealth. I get to see lots of case studies throughout the course which was something informative and practical too.Would love to learn more about eHealth now. Thank you for the quality content.

By Ananya D G

Apr 02, 2018

Amazing Course. Great Learning Experience

By Smriti V

Apr 02, 2018

It was an excellent course. The activities and practise exercises were very insightful. I would recommend it to anyone who wishes to know the basics on e-health.

By Amine K

Feb 26, 2018

Excellent course on eHealth ! It gives you a broad understanding of this expanding field and the large scope of the multiple opportunities.

By Mustapha l

Feb 24, 2018

OK and cool

By PRASANNAKUMAR V

Jan 17, 2018

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By Michael K

Dec 27, 2017

Great introduction to how digital technology, especially apps, data and communication technology, is being used to support health and healthcare management. The course includes an introduction to a framework to rate apps more objectively. Of particular value is the multiple examples from clinicians on how digital technology is being deployed to improve healthcare delivery and quality.

By Dr. S S B

Nov 09, 2017

I had a great time learning altogether. The framework pf eHealth course helped me to how various healthcare policies and health departments work in different countries. It provided me an idea to work more on how ehealth be made feasible in implementation.

I wish the team looks into and makes more references articles and detailing, because the basic details can be upgraded to have more learning experiences.

I would recommend this course definitely to my friends to let them know the overtaking of digitilization world in healthcare industry.

By adel

Aug 29, 2017

its awesome

By Ganesh Y

Aug 21, 2017

Very good introduction and definition to eHealth, especially given the breadth of information around this topic. I would recommend this course to anyone, not just those involved with healthcare.

By Mohammad U

Aug 20, 2017

Nicely designed the course. Learned about lot of important topics.

By Adam M S

Aug 07, 2017

A wonderful course very informative and inspirational with great experts covering many usecases in healthcare. I strongly recommend it to anyone who wants to get the full picture and to implement innovative and realistic ehealth projects. Kudos to Pr. Tim Shaw and his colleagues.

By Iryna Z

Aug 07, 2017

Interesting but a bit to easy.

By Taleb H

Jun 23, 2017

Excellent to know and explore depth info and knowledge in ehealth

By Obaid-Ul H H

May 25, 2017

Fun course looking at the future and current topic of eHealth

By Janine W

May 23, 2017

the sessions are short and providing a lot of insights from different experts. They are easy to understand even for a non-native speakers.

By Marlon L M

Feb 19, 2017

A lot of information about eHealth Handled in very accurate way, with real life examples not only theory.

By Elizabeth C

Jan 24, 2017

Very informative and interesting course with well substantiated real life examples. It was fantastic to have a variety of perspectives from knowledgeable professionals across the campus involving the private sector. A big thank you to Professor Tim Shaw and all the participating professors and industry professionals in helping make this course so enjoyable.

By Aijaz P

Nov 30, 2016

A game changer model

By Maurice H

Oct 21, 2016

The format with a large variety of testimonials from experts in different niches of the healthcare sector was interesting. However, it lacked critical reflection and depth. Throughout the course, with only a few exceptions, I lacked the feeling I was learning something.

By Mohammed Y

Oct 04, 2016

This Course is have a comprehensive content for the current trends in technology. I am glad to be a part of this Course.