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Surrey Informatics Summer School (SISS-2013): June 30 – July 06, 2013

The 2013 Surrey Clinical Informatics Summer School (SISS-2013) will be held 30th June to 6th July 2013 at University of Surrey. The course is being organised by the Clinical Informatics and Health Outcomes research group; part of the Department of Health Care Management and Policy. More information about the group can be found at their website: www.clininf.eu

The course is being held at the University of Surrey’s parkland campus – good quality accommodation is available a short walk from the new Surrey Sports Park for residential students. SSIS-2013 follows on from  a very successful first event in 2012 that attracted participants from as far afield as Canada and Saudi Arabia.

To book a place on the course, please contact: fbelevents[at]surrey.ac.uk

To view and download the course flyer click click here.

The course runs for a full day with plenary taught sessions at the start and the end of the day; individual computer lab working in the second half of the morning and group scenario-based learning activities in the afternoon.  The course covers the range of skills needs to process routine health data.  The course is designed to meet the needs of an international audience. The course is being held at the University of Surrey’s parkland campus – good quality accommodation is available a short walk from the new Surrey Sports Park for residential students.

The course fee includes the provision of refreshments during the course sessions, a welcome reception; course dinner and late lunch on the final day.

Course Director:  Prof Simon de Lusignan
Senior Faculty:    Prof Simon Jones;  Dr John Williams;  Dr Tom Chan

An EFMI (European Federation of Medical Informatics) supported summer school.

University of Surrey is an Institutional Member of IMIA (International Medical Informatics Association).

August 20, 2012 - Posted by | conference, education, Europe, UK | , , , ,

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