Education & Workforce

What We Do
Big Thinkers Forum
Talent Hub
Digital Health Courses

What We Do

The DHCRC has a highly successful education and workforce capacity building program that looks to support the next generation of digital health leaders and deliver new and innovative learning experiences.

As the digital healthcare sector continues to accelerate, technology and data are only tools to support better healthcare outcomes – people are the drivers of change.

We collaborate with university and industry partners to identify and co-create bespoke educational opportunities to develop digital literacy, support digital transformation and build digital leadership capacity and capability.

We have a cohort of over 150 higher degree research students, interns and postdoctoral fellows who have contributed to our growing body of evidence supporting the digitalisation of the health sector.

Our Partnerships

‘Big Thinkers’ Forum

Evidence based perspectives from Digital Health CRC emerging leaders.

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  • Graeme Mattison, PhD Candidate on Digital Health CRC project: Bringing digital excellence to clinical excellence: leading digital excellence in Queensland Health 

  • Kavisha Shah, PhD Candidate on Digital Health CRC project ‘Using practice analytics to understand variation and support reflective practice‘

  • Dr Lee Woods, Postdoctoral Fellow on Digital Health CRC project ‘An evaluation of digital health and continuity of care maturity in Queensland using HIMSS methodology’

  • Manasha Fernando, PhD Candidate on Digital Health CRC project ‘Embracing digital disruption using intelligent decision support for more responsive care, better patient outcomes and greater efficiency’

  • Dr Oliver Canfell, Postdoctoral Fellow on Digital Health CRC project ‘Bringing digital excellence to clinical excellence: leading digital excellence in Queensland Health’

Talent Hub

Connecting you with Digital Health CRC talent.

Use the filters below to find the digital health expertise you are looking for.

Human factors researcher | Implementation scientist | Postdoctoral research fellow
Adeola Bamgboje-Ayodele
Registered nurse | Sunrise EMR super user | Public health & healthcare design graduate
Ashleigh Mirra
Machine learning engineer | Data scientist
Asim Adnan Eijaz
Pharmacist | Digital health intern
Belle Hart
Digital health program officer | Quality improvement | Digital transformation
Bradley Ovien
Master health information management | Grad cert. digital health | Clinical trainer | Registered nurse
Grace Fung

Digital Health Courses

Learning experiences co-designed with industry and academic partners.

Any questions? Get in touch via our contact page