For more than 10 years, the Centre for Online Health has delivered digital healthcare programs and courses for undergraduate and postgraduate students. These programs are administered online, making them suitable for those current health professionals looking to upskill, or for anyone looking for  a flexible study option.

Undergraduate courses

The undergraduate elective course introduces students to the interface between technology and healthcare delivery, and explores the impact of the increasing use of information technologies in healthcare practice. The course delves into the history of digital health and outlines current applications including the use of the Internet, telephone and videoconferencing. Students have access to a range of interesting modules, online lectures, interactive chat room sessions and dedicated support from experts in the field.

Postgraduate courses

Information and communication technology (ICT) is increasingly being used in healthcare and an understanding of ICT and its applications is now essential for healthcare professionals. These courses provide knowledge and skills in digital health and is suitable for both health professionals wishing to enhance their understanding of and ability to work effectively with ICT, and for graduates wishing to pursue careers in healthcare.