Online Event: Master of Digital Health webinar

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Pursue your passion and develop solutions to real-world problems. La Trobe's Master of Digital Health has been designed to make you employment ready in a rapidly changing health environment. Join our webinar to learn more about this exciting program.

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Date:
Monday 26 October 2020 06:00 pm until Monday 26 October 2020 07:00 pm (Add to calendar)
Contact:
Future Students Centre
1300 135 045
Presented by:
Dr Kevin Yap
Type of Event:
Future Student Information
Cost:
Free

Digital innovation is transforming our lives. Finance, manufacturing, retail and automotive industries have been revolutionised by artificial intelligence, big data and the Internet of Things – healthcare is next. Electronic health records, real-time data harvesting, wearable devices and mHealth apps are just some of the new digital health technologies driving improvements to strained healthcare systems.

Demand for professionals who can design, develop, implement and manage leading digital health technologies and innovations is booming. La Trobe's Master of Digital Health was developed to give you the specialised knowledge and skills to meet this demand.

Choose from a broad range of electives or build specialised knowledge in key technical areas such as health technopreneurship and data analytics. Then put your knowledge into practice when you complete a digital health-focused project addressing a healthcare need or opportunity.

You'll also learn about the Graduate Certificate in Digital Health providing you with foundational knowledge in upcoming areas of digital health such as mHealth, data analytics and big data in health.

Join this webinar to hear directly from course coordinator Dr Kevin Yap about the course content, commonwealth supported places and career outcomes. Ask questions and have them answered directly by our Academic.

Please note: This course offers another intake this year. If you’re interested in studying in Term 6, make sure you apply by 26 October 2020.

The event is available via Zoom. The weblink will be provided upon registration.

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