HaBIC Seminar Series 2016

HISA Victoria – Bringing Together UX Designers

20151215_162444_13791This unique event features experts in UX (user experience) design discussing how it relates to health informatics.

Export to Your Calendar 16/03/2016
When: Wednesday 16 March 2016
5.30 pm for 6.00 pm start, until 7.30 pm
Where: University of Melbourne, Kwong Le Dow building
234 Queensberry Street, Theatre Room 219
Carlton, Victoria  3053
Australia
Contact: states@hisa.org.au
03 9326 3311

Program

The future of user experience strategy and design
In this presentation I’ll run through the fundamentals of UX, the process and how we slide it into the Agile Methodology.

Bernard Schokman Managing Principal, BernardSchokman.com and UXTraining.com.au
Since 1989, Bernard has spent more than a decade working with a variety of programming languages; he transitioned from development to automated load, performance and system testing; led development teams and business analyst teams on large transformation projects and project-managed teams across different continents. The transition into UX came while on a three year secondment as a Business Analyst, when asked to support a large BA team with user experience designs for an internal administration CRM and two client facing websites. Over the last six years, business has become of particular interest to Bernard and having a practical passion for UX it was only natural for Bernard’s to blend the flavours of Business and User Experience together. He’s extremely practical, looks at ‘shifting’ business metrics and will often say, “UX is the tool we use to shift a business” because he believes this is the fundamental purpose of User Experience Strategy and Design.

Why should informatics care about UX

A/Prof Chris Bain Founder, healthtech-ux

Chris is an experienced former clinician, and a health IMT practitioner with a unique set of qualifications, and a unique exposure to broad aspects of the healthcare system in Australia. He is a professional member of the ACS (Australia) and the ACM (US). He also has extensive experience in designing, leading and running operational IMT functions in healthcare organisations. His main interests are in the usability of technology in healthcare, data and analytics, software and system evaluation, technology ecosystems, and the governance of IT and data. Chris is the Chief Health Information Services Manager at Mercy Public Hospitals Incorporated where he is leading a team of 60 staff through major process and technology transformation.

FHIR: Impact of new interoperability on UX design

Grahame Grieve Principal, Health Intersections
Grahame Grieve is HL7’s Product Director for “FHIR” – the leading healthcare data exchange standard of the future. Grahame has a background in laboratory medicine, software vendor development, clinical research, open source development and has also conceived, developed and sold interoperability and clinical document solutions and products in the Australian market and around the world. Grahame has worked to develop standards and solutions with several US vendor consortiums, and the national programs of Canada, England, Singapore, and Australia.

Registration Fees
This event is free for HISA member and $25.00 for non-members. Please register here

 

 

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About HaBIC

The Health and Biomedical Informatics Centre (HaBIc) at the University of Melbourne. Our goal is to build collaborations that advance human health through the shared development and application of expert knowledge about information and communication technologies for healthcare and biomedical research. The unit has an interdisciplinary focus and works closely with researchers from across The University of Melbourne, particularly Institute for a Broadband Enabled Society, Computing and Information Systems, the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre, The Melbourne School of Medicine and the Melbourne School of Engineering.
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