Postgraduate & 4th Level Education: Fully equipping health professionals for the challenges of the future

The MSc in Health Informatics at TCD aims to produce graduates who will play a leadership role in the eHealth strategy for Ireland.

9th March, 2014

The MSc in Health Informatics at TCD aims to produce graduates who will play a leadership role in the eHealth strategy for Ireland. It will equip students from both clinical and IT backgrounds with the knowledge and skills required to enable the effective use of information and communications technology in the delivery of healthcare.

Dr. Lucy Hederman is course director of the MSc in Health Informatics programme at TCD. Outlining how ICT could positively impact...

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