I did my undergraduate degree in global health, where I was taught about the essentials of management, governance, and policy setting, and I frequently had to research the comparative health policies of different countries. I also did my second major in linguistics where I developed some deep learning language models. So it would appear that I seem to have exposure to the two major aspects (IT and Management). However, there are still a lot of things I have to learn. As a recent graduate, I have no real job experience, so everything I learnt about is in theory. It would be important for me to learn about how management skills could be put into real world application, and learn from the experience of everyone else who is working at the frontlines of healthcare. As my major of global health is highly policy-oriented, I was only exposed to the very basics of epidemiology and biostatistics, so it would be great to brush up on that as well on the health science aspect.
Reply To: Topic 1 Introduction to PHI
Home › Forums › TMHG523 Principles and Foundations of Public Health Informatics › Week 1 : Principle of Biomedical and Health Informatics I › Topic 1 Introduction to PHI › Reply To: Topic 1 Introduction to PHI