AMIA 10x10 Topic-Specific Courses

These courses delve further into specific topic areas with an informatics focus. They do not require prior informatics training but relate to specific areas of the health care workforce. 

Information Exchange for Population Health - May 2019
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
Course Director: Brian E. Dixon, MPA, PhD, FHIMSS

Data Standards for Learning Health Systems - January 22, 2019
Duke Center for Health Informatics at Duke University
Course Director: Rachel Richesson, PhD, MPH, FACMI

Healthcare Interface Design - Summer 2019
University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
Course Director: Jiajie Zhang, PhD

Principles of Pharmacogenomics - January 7, 2019
Stanford University
Course Director: Russ Altman, MD, PhD, FACMI

Terminologies & Standards - January 7, 2019
University of Utah
Course Director: Stanley M. Huff, MD, FACMI

What Participants Are Saying About AMIA 10x10

I liked the flexibility and pace of the course; furthermore, I enjoyed the various perspectives presented on health informatics especially starting with a basic presentation of all the components.
I feel I received better education on informatics than 90% of the informaticians in my facility. I loved the flexibility of completing the training and the multiple ways to download or access the course materials.
I have been engaged in clinical informatics projects for almost five years, and this was my first formal training. I enjoyed getting formal training, hearing outside perspectives from other classmates regarding their health systems, and being provided with multiple references for future study.

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