eHealth Seminar on October 8, 2011
The said seminar aims to:
- Introduce you to various e-Health initiatives in the Philippines led by the NTHC;
- Give an you an overview of the principles of the ethical, safe and effective practice and implementation of e-Heath; and
- Open you to a whole new spectrum of career opportunity in health informatics.
Early registration is only 750 Php.
- Groups of 3-9: less Php 50.00
- Groups of 10 or more: less Php 100.00
On the seminar date, we will be giving away freebies such eHealth resources such as CDs, booklets, and many more straight from the International Open Source Network-UNDP Asia-Pacific Development Information Programme!
You can register here online! Hurry limited slots only for October 8 participants.
eHealth Training and Seminar
The National Telehealth Center is having an eHealth Training for Nurse Educators and eHealth Seminar for Nurse and Medical Practitioners. For more information, please contact Ms. Aliyah Evangelista at 5256501 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The eHealth Seminar (formerly Seminar on Health Informatics) is a one-day learning activity that aims to introduce the participants to various eHealth initiatives in the Philippines led by the National Telehealth Center. Underlying principles in the ethical, safe and effective practive and implementation of eHealth will also be discussed. Participants will also be introduced to a whole new spectrum of career opportunity in health informatics.
30 July 2011
3 September 2011
8 October 2011
19 November 2011
8:00am – 5:00pm
NThC Training Room
3/F Philippine General Hospital
The eHealth Training for Nurse Educators is an extensive 3-day hands-on traning designed for faculty members of nursing schools. The course will enable nurse educators to appreciate the value of eHealth in moulding highly competent, evidence-based and relevant nursing practitioners, researchers and educators. Additionally, the course will demonstrate how to seamlessly integrate learning management systems and electronice medical records into the nursing curriculum consistent with CHED MEMO 14.