This programme, developed jointly between GMIT and the Irish Computer Society, aims to familiarise students with the core values of the eHealth Ireland strategy: patient wellbeing, efficiency, and data availability.
The programme will provide an explanation of the technologies and data standards which will underpin the eHealth strategy, and enable graduates to play a proactive role in the implementation of the eHealth strategy in their own health care setting.
This one semester programme is delivered over 78 hours in a part-time flexible format through a combination of standard lecturing and online modes.
The module learning outcomes are as follows:
Start Date: September (date to be confirmed)
Course Duration: 78 hours over 13 weeks (starting in September, date to be confirmed)
Fee: €2250 per student (20% ICS members discount), €1800 for Members.
Entry Requirements: The programme is aimed at Nursing, Midwifery, Medical, Social Care and Healthcare Administration personnel. Candidates must meet the minimum requirements for entry to a level 8 programme in line with GMIT admissions policy.
CPD Points: 375
No. of Credits: 10 Credits
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