Usually, when we first arrive at a new place, we brought with us the tourist mindset. Maybe we already had some plans, itineraries on which destinations to visit. Museums, palaces, sight-seeing spots (don’t forget the selfies), trying some delicacies at fancy cafes, and so on. However, to make your life easier here, you should to… Read More 3 places that you should visit immediately after arrival
During the previous second semester, the health informatics students underwent series of building block courses to prepare us into becoming the health informatician they should be. We learned on how to manage user’s need and to engineer the requirement. Then, we also learned on how to evaluate the health informatics project. The last block was… Read More Scientific research method – course review
Your departure day is imminent and soon you will start your new life here in Stockholm. You start making plans and checklists. In doing that, you gathered pre-arrival information, more and more every day, until you find yourself surrounded by too much information that you don’t know where to start. It’s good if you don’t… Read More Four tips on how to not be overwhelmed with pre-arrival information
The rapid advancement of the Artificial Intelligence (AI) and computer science field have led some experts to predict that in the not so distant future (or maybe it’s already happening), several jobs, professions, or functions could be replaced by AI. The predictions also tend to never forget to mention the health-related professions as some which… Read More Is the AI going to replace me someday?
Traveling with children is always both fun and challenging, not to mention if it is when we are moving, staying in a new place for a longer period. Speaking of challenges, one of the challenges is how to pack effectively. Bringing the right stuff with us and also leaving behind the right stuff. One year… Read More International students with family series – eps.3 : Four tips to pack effectively
In this third part of the review, I will tell you about when we studied standardization in healthcare. To simplify, we can imagine it this way, when we are using our bank card no matter from what bank, whether in ATM or when purchasing something, we never worry if the card would fit to the… Read More The building blocks of being a health informatician – part 3 of 3 (Course review)
I am reaching the end of my second semester and will have two consecutive examinations ahead. Looking back, I realized there are several types of examination or assignment throughout the courses in Health Informatics Master’s Programme. I use both terms, examination and assignment, interchangeably here as both serve the same purpose of evaluation during the… Read More 4 Types of examination that i had in the Health Informatics Programme
Suppose that you have accepted your place, done with the tuition fee payment, finished dealing with the residence permit application steps, and applied for a place through KI Housing. Then you are thinking about how your children will spend their time in Stockholm while you are busy studying. Why not enrol them to the daycare?… Read More International students with family series – eps.2 : How to enrol your children into the daycare?
Every good thing must come to an end, including the day when I have to leave my first housing at Stockholm. After being conceived for 9 months within the womb of the housing provided by KI Housing, now it is the time for me (and my family) to be delivered into the world where we… Read More My review after nine months living in the KI Housing – Flemingsberg
Previously, I have written about the first part of The building block of being a health informatician trilogy. Then, during the first two blocks, we learned how to understand the context and user needs and how to engineer the requirement. In this second part, I will tell you my review on the third block where… Read More The building blocks of being a health informatician – part 2 of 3 (Course review)