Health Informatics (Taught)

University of Leeds
1 year
Master's degree
On campus
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About this program

Health providers and leading multinationals are investing massively in technology and demand for qualified health informatics professionals is high. This programme, based in the Yorkshire Centre for Health Informatics (YCHI), offers a detailed overview of health informatics, including telehealth, mHealth, knowledge management and decision support. It takes a strong information systems perspective, building transferable skills in areas like soft systems, process modelling, strategy and system development, and focusing these on health. YCHI has a strong national and international reputation and is actively engaged in delivering education, skills, research and development to the NHS and a network of national and international software suppliers. So, as a student on the Masters programme, you’ll be actively involved with us in listening to, and informing, the informatics agenda for health. Our established network of employers are often keen to recruit masters students and support their masters projects.

Admission requirements

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