The Duke Center for Health Informatics (DCHI) is Duke’s academic home for health informatics, built on a distinguished history in applied research informatics. DCHI oversees an innovative interdisciplinary approach to education and research designed to bring together informaticians as well as physicians, nurses, and health care administrators with expertise in aggregation, analysis, and use of informatics to improve human health. DCHI is comprised of central leadership from participating academic programs and a cadre of expert faculty affiliated with the Center. DCHI promotes research and education in a broad range of environments, which provides students with a variety of options for practical experience to achieve specific career goals.
Informatics Research Seminar Series begins Aug 31
Explore key areas in Health Informatics, including research results, overview of programs of research, basic, applied, and evaluative projects, as well as research from varied epistemological stances.
Digital health and care is becoming the norm worldwide, but there is a pressing need to expand the skilled professional workforce to deliver technology-enabled care services. The conference theme highlights the vital importance of informatics education for health and care professionals.
Duke Center for Health Informatics
DUMC Box 90535
Durham, NC 27708