September 24, 2014: In this presentation, part of the Duke/UNC Health Informatics Seminar Series, Elizabeth Forrestal (PhD, RHIA, CCS, FAHIMA) will highlight ethics as a component of professional education, describe how ethical approaches vary among professional disciplines, sketch the implications of varying approaches, and examine ethical conflicts in the practice of health informatics....
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Congratulations to Rich Medlin, Don Spencer and Carlton Moore on completing the board exam in October 2013 administered by the American Board of Preventive Medicine (ABPM)....
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Hosted by the East Carolina University Heart Institute. This event, a collaboration of five of the state’s prominent universities in the field, will feature the industry’s leading employers discussing the incredible opportunities available today....
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Stress-Induced Neurospatial Activation Patterns (SNAP) uses fMRI technology to study cognitive activity in information tasks....
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The North Carolina Clinical Genomic Evaluation for NextGen Exome Sequencing (NCGENES) project is one of many examples of multidisciplinary informatics research efforts at UNC....
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Renewal of UNC CTSA award for the next five years will boost health informatics research and training at UNC...
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What is CHIP?

Carolina Health Informatics Program (CHIP) is a growing interdisciplinary community of faculty, students, practitioners and researchers. Driven by the unifying goal of improving people’s health and wellness, our scholars apply informatics methods and tools to the full range of human health topics from genetics, to clinical care, to population health. More…

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Now accepting applications for the

Master of Professional Science

in BioMedical and Health Informatics.

Deadline for Spring 2015 admission is October 14th.

Click here to apply.

CHIP Recruiting New Faculty!

Several academic units at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are actively seeking
candidates in the broadly defined area of health informatics. The selected colleagues will
become core faculty members in the Carolina Health Informatics Program. More Info

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