Presented by UQ's Queensland Digital Health Centre and Metro North Health's Queensland Digital Academy

This Grand Rounds will be a presentation on research assessing the impact of transition from a paper-based to digital hospital on self reported medication incidents and prescribing errors between two hospital sites in Queensland, Australia. 


Clair SullivanAssociate Professor Clair Sullivan

Associate Professor Clair Sullivan is an internationally-recognised leading practising and academic clinical informatician who helps drive digital health transformation in Queensland. Clair is the Director of the new Queensland Digital Health Centre within the Centre for Health Research at The University of Queensland. 

Clair serves on several national advisory boards for digital health. She is the recipient of several awards including the 2021 Premier's Award for Excellence for her team's work on the digital response to COVID-19 and the 2022 Telstra Brilliant Connected Women in Digital Health Award. She has generated over $30M in grant funding and has deep collaborations with government and industry. She is ranked in the top 1% of Medical Informatics researchers globally.

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About Queensland Digital Health Education Series

Queensland Digital Health Education series

UQ's Queensland Digital Health Centre and Metro North's Queensland Digital Academy co-present the Queensland Digital Health Education series to bring clinicians, academics and researchers together to hear up-and-coming innovations and applications of informatics in healthcare.

The sessions inform and update participants on the latest developments in research and how health informatics is translating to inform and directly impact clinical care and patient outcomes.