On successful completion of this programme students should be able to:
- Evaluate the opportunities and limitations of Information and Communications Technology in improving the quality, cost-effectiveness and efficiency of healthcare delivery
- Conceive and design effective user-centered systems to support medical work and decision-making.
- Effectively interface between health information systems developers and healthcare users of those systems to deliver the benefits of ICT in healthcare delivery
- Clearly express user requirements for information systems in healthcare according to standard methodologies
- Take appropriate action against ethical, legal, data protection and security risks of information technology in healthcare
- Evaluate health information systems comprehensively
- Undertake properly executed research in Health Informatics and present findings in an appropriate scholarly manner.