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Have your say on the Health Information Workforce Census
Your participation will assist in Australia’s digital health workforce planning.
Be part of the first Australian Health Information Workforce Census
Are you part of Australia’s health information workforce? Do you work in, or are actively seeking work in, a role related to developing or managing health information? Hint: If you’re reading #Share, you almost certainly are!
If so, you should consider participating in the Health Information Workforce Census, which is being conducted by the University of Tasmania, the University of Melbourne, the Australian Digital Health Agency, and a host of other organisations. The purpose of this census is to count and delineate the current health information workforce in Australia, and to identify career pathways and future training and support needs for the sector.
As with any census, maximum levels of participation will lead to better quality data and more reliable forecasts. As a #Share reader, we encourage you to participate, and also to help promote the census in your workplace with the promotional materials available on site.