Edi Nuryatno

PhD MgmtInfoSys MSc Informatics BSc UPMgmt
Perth, WA
Data Manager
WA Kirkbride Melanoma Advisory Service - Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research
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Behavioural scienceBusinessCultural diversity and differenceInformation and communications technologyIntellectual PropertyModelling and data analysisGovernance

I am an MIS specialist and Health Informatics professional graduated from Edith Cowan University Western Australia with a Doctor of Philosophy. Currently as a staff member at the University of Western Australia. I also managing the melanoma data, analytic and modelling within the health informatics in Western Australian Kirkbride Melanoma Advisory Service, Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research. My expertise can assist: (1) non-health agencies to anticipate the activities of the health sector and clarifying the expectations of agencies across government in supporting the health response and maintaining essential services. It identifies governance and communications coordination mechanisms, roles and responsibilities. It will operate in parallel to the health sector communicable disease plan; (2) assisting health agencies in clinical informatics, nursing informatics, user experience, health data informatics. It identifies science and practice around information in health that leads to informed and assisted health care.

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