Fellowship by Training Program – Graduates

The CRE in Digital Health congratulates Dr Leanna Woods, Dr Mohamed Khalifa and Dr Tobias Hodgson on completing the Fellowship by Training Program (FbT). The NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in Digital Health launched the program in November 2017 and has now partnered with the Australasian Institute of Digital Health (AIDH) in 2019 to deliver

2021 Brilliant women in Digital Health – Farah Magrabi

The CRE in Digital Health congratulates Associate Professor Farah Magrabi for being recognised in the Telstra Health’s 2021 Brilliant Women in Digital Health Awards. In its inaugural year, the 2021 Brilliant Women in Digital Health award initiative set out to recognise and celebrate women in digital health for their outstanding achievements, while raising awareness about

Human factors and ergonomics in healthcare AI – A White Paper

Associate Professor Farah Magrabi and Professor Wendy Rogers (both from Macquarie University) were invited to contribute to and review the Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare AI White Paper produced by the Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors (CIEHF). The aim of the paper is to promote systems thinking among those who develop, regulate,

AI healthcare researcher enrico coiera tops the field for federal funding

Bringing AI into the real world of healthcare The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) recently awarded internationally recognised informatics expert Professor Enrico Coiera $1.5 million for the project: Bringing artificial intelligence into the real world of healthcare – the implementation challenge. The five-year research program will focus on three foundational challenges to bringing artificial

Artificial Intelligence in Clinical Decision Support

Challenges for Evaluating AI and Practical Implications Artificial intelligence (AI) promises to transform clinical decision-making processes as it has the potential to harness the vast amounts of genomic, biomarker, and phenotype data that is being generated across the health system including from health records and delivery systems, to improve the safety and quality of care

Whole-genome sequencing – lessons for public health surveillance

Genomic sequencing has proven vital in detecting the source and variants of COVID-19, improving contact tracing, reducing disease transmission and ensuring health security for Australia. But genomic sequencing isn’t new and researchers from the NHMRC Centre of Digital Health (CRE) have been investigating it’s use in cases from public surveillance of Salmonella Typhimurium, predicting antibiotic

The Systemic Review Accelerator

How to complete a full Systematic Review in 2 weeks rather than 1 year  Before every great breakthrough there’s a dream or a vision. And one of the dreams of Chief Investigator Professor Paul Glasziou was to undertake systematic reviews in 2-weeks. Why, you might ask? Traditionally, systematic reviews have taken, on average, 67 weeks