HIMAA is seeking expressions of interest from members to join its Accreditation Council to oversee the process of accrediting course and qualifications in the health information management profession at the tertiary education level. HIMAA aims to accredit tertiary courses for the HIM profession by separating academic governance of accreditation (competency standards) from governance of… Continue reading HIMAA ACCREDITATION COUNCIL – Call for Members
HIMAA is seeking expressions of interest from members to join the Queensland Branch in the capacity of Branch Convener. Conveners will be sought for HIMAA branches in WA, SA, Victoria, Tasmania, NSW, and the Capital Region (ACT and Southern NSW) ahead of the upcoming AGM. However, Queensland is calling for a new Convener at… Continue reading HIMAAQ – Call for Convenor
HIMJ has recently published one On-line First article. A brief summary is provided below… Research article The diagnostic certainty levels of junior clinicians: A retrospective cohort study Yang Chen, Myura Nagendran, Yakup Kilic, Dominic Cavlan, Adam Feather, Mark Westwood, Edward Rowland, Charles Gutteridge, Pier D Lambiase 11 June 2021 | OnlineFirst Clinical decision-making is influenced by multiple factors, including clinician certainty. This single-centre retrospective study… Continue reading Latest from HIMJ
Are you a financial member of HIMAA (ie. Full Member, Senior Associate, Associate) and are interested in starting a research project or have one planned but need some support? The HIMAA Research Advisory Committee (RAC) can help. The 2021 round of HIMAA Research Grant Scheme applications are now open and close on 30 June 2021. The HIMAA Research Grant scheme aims… Continue reading HIMAA Research Grant Scheme closes on 30 June 2021
Kathleen Rogers, HIMAAQ Branch Convenor since 2017, has made the difficult decision to step down as Branch Convenor due to work commitments. Kathleen has played a pivotal role in HIMAAQ for more than 10 years, assisting them to deliver several successful Branch events. Kathleen’s significant contribution to the Queensland bid for the next IFHIMA… Continue reading HIMAAQ Branch Changes
HIMAAQ is pleased to report that it has regenerated it’s annual mentoring program after lying dormant for fourteen years. In 2021 the program signed ten pairs of mentors and mentees to the program, with students enrolled in their 2nd or 3rd year in the HIM degree at QUT forming the mentee group. The program had more… Continue reading HIMAAQ 2021 Mentoring Program – Off to a reinvigorated start!