Digital Health Learning Corner

The Women’s Health Research Institute (WHRI) is collaborating with the BC Children’s Hospital Research Institute (BCCHR) on a virtual learning series to support our investigators and trainees working on digital health projects to improve the health of children, women, and other marginalized genders. This learning series is for researchers, care providers, and other stakeholders interested in incorporating digital technologies in a health intervention or health systems process. These sessions aim to equip learners to succeed – from project initiation through to implementation – and will include topics such as evaluating digital technologies, usability testing, privacy and security, intellectual property, and more.

Be sure to keep updated with WHRI and BCCHR, as new sessions for 2022 will be announced soon. If you missed a session, the video recordings are archived below. We look forward to continuing to learn and innovate together.

Session 1: Evaluating Health Information Systems: Methods and Considerations

Presenter: Dr. Elizabeth Borycki

Date: December 2, 2021

Learning objectives: After participating, learners should be able to:
     1. Define what a health information system is.
     2. Define what can be evaluated.
     3. Identify the main approaches used in evaluating health information systems and technologies.

     4. Identify where and when an evaluation should take place in the systems development lifecycle.

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