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eHSRG works with Primary Care Tasmania on Safe Transfer of Care

Dr Ming Chao Wong is leading a team to support stakeholder engagement around safe transfers of Care between hospitals and residential aged Care facilities State-wide on behalf of primary health Tasmanian (PHT). It is anticipated that this is the first part of a broader project

 

Successful Overseas Visits by Director of eHSRG: Finland, France, Denmark

A/Professor Paul Turner, Director, eHSRG has just returned from 10 weeks being hosted by international collaborators in Finland, France and Denmark. A number of new projects have been established and there will be more news to follow...

 

WorksafeTasmania engage eHSRG to evaluate tools for asbestos risk assessment

Dr Erin Roehrer is leading a team to support Worksafe Tasmania in evaluating tools for asbestos risk assessment. The team are also liaising with national organisations in this area to ensure findings are shared australia-wide. Results from the study will generate publications led by Dr Roehrer.

 

ITCH conference 2015 - Victoria, Canada

Four peer-reviewed papers by members of the eHSRG were presented at the International eHealth Conference in Victoria, Vancouver Island Canada in late February.

All research papers were well received and on-going collaborations with Professor Kushniruk, Director, School of Health Information Science, Victoria University and Dr Elizabeth Borycki (Nursing Informatics) were re-established.

 

Congratulations to Chris Showell

Well done to Chris who has now graduated (December 2014) - we are all looking forward to continuing our collaborations with Chris on the development of an Australian eHealth observatory in collaboration with Danish and Australian colleagues

 

Meet Helen Almond

Helen, who was a qualified Nurse Practitioner (MSc) and adviser on Health policy and strategy in the UK, moved to Tasmania in 2004.  She now works part time as an Independent Advanced Specialist Nurse who advocates and empowers individuals in the understanding and management of their chronic condition and facilitates liaisons with allied health professionals and specialists where required.

Helen’s expertise in chronic disease management was utilised by eHSRG in the Inter Professional Learning Project of 2009, and her research involvement with the group continued into 2011 with the ACQSHC Project to provide a literature review and environmental scan on the development on quality and safety indicators in primary health care.

Helen has now started her PhD with eHSRG on primary health care, lifestyle, complex and chronic disease management and the impact of the e-health expansion.

 
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       Helen Almond