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Saturday, April 18, 2015

Surrey Informatics Summer School 2015

How to use routine health data for quality improvement & research

When? Sunday 26 July 2015 to Friday 31 July 2015
Where? Faculty of Business Economics and Law University of Surrey, Guildford, GU2 7XH
Open to: Public, Staff, Students

I am contacting you regarding our forthcoming Surrey Informatics Summer School (26th to 31st July 2015) - "How to use routine health data for quality improvement & Research" being run at the University of Surrey. It is aimed at clinicians, researchers, managers and analysts within the health sector.

I would be very grateful if you could publicise this event for us. If you wish, you could use this short summary below to advertise it via LinkedIn, Twitter etc.
“The Department of Health Care Management & Policy at the University of Surrey will be hosting its fourth annual health informatics summer school from 26 July – 31 July. This full time 6 day intensive short course is for health care professionals, researchers and analysts wanting to work with routine health data to measure quality, research and improve outcomes. A deep understanding of health informatics is increasingly recognised as essential for those seeking to advance their careers within the health sector. Taught by highly regarded experts in the field the course will teach analytical techniques and tools on real world scenarios to generate practical insight and embed learning”.

Melissa Pickering
Research Administrator  - Department of Health Care Management & Policy
University of Surrey

My source: bcshigroup AT lists.bcs.org.uk

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