The Global Specialist Digital Health Workforce Census is back! Conducted every 3 years, the Census is completed by anyone globally who identifies as apart of the specialist digital health workforce. Roles include those whose primary function is analysing, designing, developing, implementing, maintaining, managing, operating, evaluation, or governing health data, information, knowledge or technology.
Are you part of the specialist digital health workforce? Are you responsible for health data, information, knowledge, or technology?
Be part of the census that captures the vital information about this workforce. This information is used by government, academia, peak bodies, and industry to identify workforce growth, emerging roles, and career pathways, forecast future workforce needs, and inform education and training needs.
Take part in this online survey which will take you 10-15 minutes to complete.
The Digital Health Hub is a collaborative pipeline between our RMIT academics and industry partners. It will help grow and nurture a unique, multi-sectorial collaborative ecosystem to engage and advocate for Australian digital health innovation both nationally and internationally to support health and care across the lifespan of the citizen.
Our strategy is to grow market share and leadership with impactful industry collaboration across the Hub’s key program areas by 2027 through offering our key stakeholders of multinationals and SMEs a university ‘one stop shop’ via a thematic multi-sectorial collaborative ecosystem for complex, interdisciplinary inquiry and innovation with national and international impact pathways.