Today Nathan Poultney presented the paper titled "Exploring barriers to particiaption and adoption of telehealth and telecare within the Whole System Demonstrator trail: a qualitative study". Constructive discussions were carried out by all members.
Today, various THRIL members took part in a mobile application workshop for building native and hybrid applications. As mobile applications become more pervasive the capability of providing health related services via a mobile application will be an exciting research area.
The University of Western Sydney together with the University of Sydney and KPMG make up the Australian Consortium for Classification Development, which maintains current information on ACHI, DRG and ICD codes. The ACCD site can be located here
The Australian Telehealth Document Repository is a comprehensive collection of Australian telehealth resources, which contains more than one thousand entries. Open Repository
The next HIKM workshop, to be co-chaired by Prof Anthony Maeder (UWS) and A/Prof Trish Williams (ECU), will be hosted at ANU in Canberra in January 2016, as part of the next Australasian Computer Science Week (ACSW 2016). A call for papers will be issued shortly. Conference Page.
Dr. Laurie Wilson
Laurie was appointed as an Adjunct Professor by UWS in March 2014, to assist in developing research opportunities in Telehealth. Laurie has had a long career in CSIRO, originally involved with the physics of ultrasound imaging and most recently with the ICT Centre and Australian eHealth Research Centre. In that role he led several research and implementation projects in human-computer interaction and high bandwidth videoconferencing, including the development of a “Virtual ICU” service between Nepean and Katoomba Hospitals. He will be a frequent visitor and collaborator in the THRIL laboratory to help grow our current project areas to a larger scale.
Next THRIL Meeting
Friday @ 2pm via Google Hangout.
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