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Awards

THE HIC 2013 BRANKO CESNIK AWARDS

Branko Cesnik award The Branko Cesnik Awards are for the best accepted scientific HIC paper and best accepted scientific student HIC paper.

The awards are a testament to Branko's in-depth knowledge, leadership and spirit of cooperation in all things health informatics. Branko was one of the founding members of the Health Informatics Society of Australia, the Asia Pacific Association of Medical Informatics (APAMI) and the Australasian College of Health Informatics (ACHI). He was also a member of the Board of the International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA), Vice-President of Membership, senior editor of the Medinfo '98 Proceedings (Korea). The Branko Cesnik awards recognise his work and give life to further developments in health informatics in Australia. HIC 2013 accepted papers are eligible for these awards.

The HIC 2013 Scientific Program Chairs (SPC) and the nominated jury members will conduct the awards process. The Awards will be presented at HIC 2013.

THE HIC 2013 BRANKO CESNIK AWARDS - BEST ACCEPTED SCIENTIFIC HIC PAPER AWARD RECIPIENT SHORTLIST:

Dr Mary Lam University of Sydney
E-health as a lifelong learning process: How to prepare health professionals for this journey

Matthew Crepaz University of Western Sydney
Improving the cancer patient journey

Elia Vecellio Centre for Health Systems & Safety Research, UNSW
Examination of changes in pathology tests ordered by Diagnosis-Related Groups (DRGs) following CPOE introduction

Dr Andrew Georgiou Centre for Health Systems & Safety Research, UNSW
Monitoring the impact of the electronic medical record on the quality of laboratory test ordering practices

Dr Sankalp Khanna The Australian E-Health Research Centre
Hospital level analysis to improve patient flow

THE HIC 2013 BRANKO CESNIK AWARDS - BEST ACCEPTED SCIENTIFIC STUDENT HIC PAPER AWARD RECIPIENT SHORTLIST:

Alison Craswell University of Wollongong
Computerisation of perinatal data entry: Is the data accurate?

Coen McClelland University of Queensland
A technological evaluation of the Microsoft Kinect for automated behavioural mapping at bed rest

Hamish Robertson Ageing Research Centre
A spatial informatics for aged care

Jai Gupta South Eastern Sydney Local Health District
Automated validation of patient safety clinical incident classification: Macro analysis

Dr Kwang Chien Yee University of Tasmania
An evaluation of clinicians' views on electronic pathology reporting sign off and patient safety

THE HIC 2013 DON WALKER AWARDS

Branko Cesnik award Dr Don Walker is a pioneer in the application of computers in Australian healthcare.

With an untiring commitment to the field that has spanned many decades, Don has made an invaluable contribution to Australian health informatics, particularly in the area of terminology.

It is in his spirit of continuous innovation that the Health Informatics Society of Australia established the HISA Don Walker Awards. Award categories are Efficiency, Effectiveness and Access.

Nominees for an award, either individual or group, can come from any sector of the direct healthcare and associated industries and must have demonstrated that their work has improved patient outcomes through the use of innovative technological solutions.

The awards will be presented at the HIC 2013 Gala Dinner.

The HIC 2013 Scientific Program Chairs (SPC) and the nominated jury members will conduct the awards process. The Awards will be presented at HIC 2013.

THE HIC 2013 DON WALKER AWARDS - ACCESS AWARD RECIPIENT SHORTLIST:

Janette Bennett BT Health
Expanding telehealth services - lessons learnt from the UK

Dr Leon Heffer BioGrid Australia
Oncology data management systems: Improving clinical data capture and expanding opportunities for research for regional health services

Alan Woodward Lifeline Foundation
Mobile technology promotes help seeking at suicide hot spots

Chris Evans Ruckus Wireless
Transformation of healthcare services through Wi-Fi

THE HIC 2013 DON WALKER AWARDS - EFFECTIVE AWARD RECIPIENT SHORTLIST:

Dr Marienne Hibbert Precedence Health Care
An e-health enabled collaborative care system for managing patients with chronic disease

Dr Turner Billingsley InterSystems
Achieving high reliability in patient safety: The role of healthcare information technology

Sally Mainsbridge National E-Health Transition Authority
E-health: Learnings from NEHTA's evaluation and improvement process

Steve Govis Metrixcare
Cloud safety solution for a bleeding common problem

Helen Delimitros Alfred Health
Beating WBIT's using wireless infrastructure, barcode scanning, integration and technology

THE HIC 2013 DON WALKER AWARDS - EFFICIENCY AWARD RECIPIENT SHORTLIST:

Dr Andrew Knight and Dr Tony Lembke Improvement Foundation
Using a quality improvement collaborative to implement the national e-health record system in primary care practices

Chuck Parker Continua Health Alliance
The disaster cardiovascular prevention network: Using interoperable technologies to mitigate CVD risk after the Great East Japan Earthquake

Dr Virginia Plummer Monash University
Informing practice with digitised data: Peninsula Health trials pen and paper technology

Dr Tim Redhead DotSec
Five years on: Tales from the Clinician's Knowledge Network

Michael Steine BT
Analytics as a Service (A3S): Using the NHS Spine Secondary Use Service for discovery research

THE HIC 2013 HISA MEDIA AWARDS

HISA media awardThe HISA Media Awards are for excellence in journalism relating to health informatics.

HISA members have been invited to submit nominations for the HIC 2013 HISA Media Awards. The HISA Media Awards is for a media or communications professional who is judged to have best portrayed issues within the field of health informatics and e-health.

The judging panel will be made up of the HISA Board of Directors and selected adviser/s as determined by the Board. Entries are judged on the following criteria, in order of importance:

THE NIA 2013 MOYA CONRICK AWARD

The Moya Conrick Prize is presented in recognition of the valuable work by the late Dr Moya Conrick via the best submitted paper and presentation at the annual NIA conference. The prize is based specifically on nursing informatics, including the quality, originality, contributions, subject matter and timeliness of the submission. The prize is presented annually and is sponsored by Nursing Informatics Australia, a HISA SIG. All accepted author/s presenting at the NIA conference are eligible. The Moya Conrick Prize is to be shared amongst all authors of the submission and shall be announced by a member of the NIA executive at the end of the NIA conference day.


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