Public health informatics
For the Final Project, you will prepare a four- to five-minute audiovisual presentation on a health informatics topic that includes the following:
- Audiovisual format: To meet the audiovisual requirement, your project must contain something to see and something to hear; however, the format is up to you. Be sure to copy the link to your video, paste it into a Word document and upload the document using the Assignment Submission button. Please review the following list of suggested free software:
- Screencast-O-Matic is a freely available online tool that allows you to create and share screencasts. Review the Screencast-O-Matic Quick-Start Guide for more information to help you get started.
- You may also search on your own to locate a program of your choice.
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- Title page: Include a title page with the following:
- Title of Final Project
- Student’s name
- Course name and number
- Instructor’s name
- Date submitted
components of health informatics
- Topic: During this course, we explore many different components of health informatics. Pick a topic of interest to you and prepare a four- to five-minute video. This should reflect new information and not be a recap of information learned in this course or another course. Choose one topic from the list:
- Evidence-based practice and informatics
- Public health informatics
- The evolving ePatient
- International efforts, issues, and innovations related to informatics
- Simulation in health care
- Analytics and design-led innovations and management
- Big data: challenges, opportunities, and realities
- Incorporating mobile devices and sensors into daily routines. The potential impact for mHealth is enormous. For example, an individual might spend 15 minutes or less per year with a primary-care physician, whereas the same person has nearly constant contact with a mobile device.
- Applying clinical care guidelines on, and within, mobile platforms
- Gathering and using data (particularly intensive longitudinal data) to study effectiveness of an mHealth intervention
- Consumer informatics
- Applications of social media in health care
- Biomedical applications based on sensor data
- Chronic disease management and preventative solutions