Hollywood fiction or reality? What should one consider before making a choice between keeping quiet and stepping up in the (un)likely event of an in-flight medical emergency? How can Health Informatics be of help in such emergencies? What happened when they announced: “Is there a doctor on board?!” Hollywood fiction or reality? I’m sure we’ve all seen a movie or two… Read More What happened when they announced: “Is there a doctor on board?!”
Nowadays, knowledge is available on many channels. Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are another option. Most of these courses are available for anyone to access the knowledge and course material for free. But if you want a certification to put in your CV or somewhere else, you usually have to pay some amount of money… Read More 9 free online courses for introducing you to Health Informatics
For those of you who have an insatiable lust for extra-curricular activities, want to gain unprecedented experiences, thrive on overcoming challenges, and are interested in entrepreneurship, this particular opportunity does stand out amongst many that you can apply for while being a student at Karolinska Institutet. An important note here is that you do not have… Read More MIT Global Entrepreneurship Bootcamp – expand your potential while still a student at Karolinska Institutet
I think many people would have heard something like “Health informatics jobs are growing rapidly”. With some evidence from Burning Glass Report 2014, which Manjula have written about before, HIMSS Workforce Survey 2014. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics stated that health information technicians are projected to grow 15 percent from 2014 to 2024.
Just realized that you will be taking an online course at some point of your program? Googling didn’t answer your questions? In front of you lies the opportunity to explore the world of online courses through the eyes of a fellow first-time online course student. I will be sharing reflections of my experience as well as… Read More Tips for navigating your way through an online course
In what ways have the poster child for HI – electronic health record (EHR), and the likes of it impacted healthcare systems all over the globe? How has redefining the patient’s roles contributed to a shift of power in the doctor-patient relationship? What are some of the future trends in healthcare? In order to answer all… Read More 10 ways in which Health Informatics changed healthcare
The expanding phenomenon of antibiotic resistance is now so ominous that it may deprive the world population of successful treatment of bacterial infections and reverse life-saving efforts of modern medicine within our lifetimes. EIT Health holds the Global Health Case Challenge 2016 on Antibiotic Resistance in a collaboration between the World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe, the… Read More Being a student at KI comes with its perks: The Global Health Case Challenge – Antibiotic Resistance (2016)
How many of you have asked yourself that question? What are some of the most common misconceptions when it comes to Health Informatics (HI)? What educational background is required to study HI at KI? How does Sweden fit into the bigger picture? The above-mentioned questions are just some of those that popped into my mind a year ago… Read More What in the world is Health Informatics?
Dear reader, by clicking on this post you’re willingly stepping into the world of a Serbian dentist studying Health Informatics at KI. I am hoping you will find it interesting enough to stick around for a while and choose to become a part of my journey. The content of this blog will mostly be programme… Read More The story behind my decision to pursue a Master’s in Health Informatics at KI
The world (and USA in particular) will need more health informatics professionals in the future. More jobs for us! That’s what I found out by looking at some statistics anyway, and I thought I would share the good news. The health care reform in the US creates the demand Over the past several years,… Read More More health informatics jobs are coming in the near future – here is why