Nursing and Midwifery Digital Health Conference

Creating a digitally savvy workforce

The AIDH Nursing.Midwifery Digital Health Network is pleased to invite you to participate in the inaugural Nursing and Midwifery Digital Health Conference (#NMDHC23), Australia’s only nursing informatics dedicated event, to be held in Sydney on Saturday 8 July 2023. This conference has evolved from the Nursing Informatics Australia conference, and this year’s theme is Creating a digitally savvy workforce.

In line with the theme of MedInfo 2023 (The Future is Accessible), our event theme aims to inspire nurses and midwives to become digitally empowered in the future delivery of care to achieve quality outcomes across all healthcare settings.

Program coming soon

When and where:

When Saturday 8 July 2023

Where: Room C3.3
International Convention & Exhibition Centre
a: 14 Darling Dr, Sydney NSW 2000
t: +61 2 9215 7100
w: www.iccsydney.com.au

Getting there: Click here for more details on the parking options available at ICC Sydney, and your different options in getting there.

Rates

  EARLY BIRD
Until 14 April 2023
STANDARD
15 April – 23 June 2023
LAST CHANCE
24 June – 12 July 2023
AIDH & IMIA member $600 $660 $740
Associate non-member ℹ️Government Organisations, Healthcare Service Providers (Public & Private), Healthcare Associations, Foundations and NFPs, Research Institutions, Universities / Educational Institutions $690 $750 $830
Corporate non-member ℹ️Technology Providers / Vendors, Professional Service Providers $780 $840 $920
Speaker AIDH & IMIA member $560 Speakers will be notified of outcome during the week of 6 February 2023. Those who are accepted must register by 10 March 2023 to be part of the program.
Speaker Associate non-member $600
Speaker corporate non-member** $640
Student AIDH & IMIA member $310 Student registration is valid for full time students only and must be accompanied by proof of full-time study. A copy of your current student enrolment form or a letter from your faculty confirming your full-time status must accompany your registration. Please email this to [email protected].
Student non-member $350

Please note international attendees must pay GST as this event is taking place in Australia.

Themes

Digital professionalism – encompassing the professional standards within the digital healthcare environment

  • Creating the digital future for nurses and midwives
  • Preparing the future nursing and midwifery workforce
  • Digital literacy amongst nurses and midwives
  • Protecting ourselves and the recipients of our care: The importance of digital security and privacy
  • The scope of nursing and midwifery practice in a digital healthcare environment
  • The consequences of digital poverty
  • Digital identity, why this is so important to master
  • Role of nursing/midwifery informatics in contributing to climate justice

Data and information enabled care – encompassing quality in the capture, creation, use, and analysis of clinical data

  • Role of nurses and midwives in the management of data
  • Translation of nursing and midwifery data to information, knowledge, and wisdom
  • Data informed decision making
  • Digital health governance
  • New models of care in response to technology
  • The impact of digital health on nursing/midwifery practice
  • Data standardisation

Technology – encompassing the access and use of available technologies for nurses and midwives to deliver safe and quality care

  • Digital health innovation
  • mHealth devices
  • Smart devices
  • Interoperable data collection
  • Codesigned devices
  • Virtual reality educational tools
  • Robotics in healthcare

Leadership and advocacy – encompassing the active involvement of nurses and midwives in leading digital health policy and vision

  • Partnering with recipients of care/consumers about data collection, access, and use
  • Educating colleagues and consumers about digital health initiatives
  • Advocating for consumer access to digital health initiatives
  • Championing the use of digital health technologies
  • Influencing organisational and jurisdictional digital health strategies
  • Advocating for digital initiatives at a local, national, and international level
  • Promoting emerging digital health initiatives
  • Leading the design, implementation, and evaluation of digital health technologies
  • Changing roles of leaders and teams in digital health

Moya Conrick Prize

This award is presented in recognition of the valuable work by the late Dr Moya Conrick via the best submitted paper and presentation at this conference. The prize is based specifically on nursing informatics, including the quality, originality, contributions, subject matter and timeliness of the submission. The Moya Conrick Prize is shared amongst all authors of the submission and shall be announced by a member of the AIDH Nursing.Midwifery Digital Health Network executive.

CPD Points

#NMDHC23 has been approved for up to 6 contact hours of continuing education credit toward renewal of the CHIA credential. CHIA is a unique credentialing program for health informatics. The CHIA credential demonstrates that candidates meet the Health Informatics core competencies to perform effectively as a health informatics professional in a broad range of practice settings.

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