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Johns Hopkins Health Sciences Informatics Fellowships

Not many educational institutions are dealing with the critical need for people trained in designing, administering, and maintaining information and information technologies in health care settings. The Division of Health Science Informatics (DHSI) at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine has created a training fellowship aimed at filling this gap. The program aims to,

  • To achieve a baseline level of competency in health sciences informatics
  • To assimilate the fundamentals of health sciences informatics research
  • To develop proficiency in one or more defined areas of health sciences informatics
  • To increase knowledge of fields related to health sciences informatics, such as computer science, biostatistics, and evaluation methodology
  • To observe and participate in collaborative research and development activities in health sciences informatics
  • To complete a health sciences informatics research experience that includes proposal development, project execution, data evaluation, and reporting of results
  • Applications are due soon. Feb 15, 2007. Check out their website, DHSI Training Fellowship


    Written by Mahad Ibrahim

    January 22, 2007 at 1:34 am

    Posted in Education, ICT

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