Purpose: To train future scientists to design, implement, select, evaluate, and implement health information technology from a systems and human factors perspective, in order to increase the quality and safety of healthcare.
Part 1: Foundation of Training in:
Part 2: First-hand practical application on health information technology research programs.
About the AHRQ Training Grant Faculty Directory CurriculumFor more information, see the links to the right.
For further information, contact the AHRQ Training Program Administrator:Amy Jackson email@example.com
09/09/2016Keck Seminar, Patrick Cirino, Associate Professor, Departments of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Biology and Biochemistry, University of HoustonSpeaker(s): Patrick CirinoBioScience Research Collaborative
09/16/2016Keck Seminar, Arthur Laganowsky, Assistant Professor, Center for Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases, TAMU-IBTSpeaker(s): Arthur LaganowskyBioScience Research Collaborative
09/23/2016Keck Seminar, Gretchen Diehl, Assistant Professor, Department of Molec Virology & Microbiology, Alkek Center for Metagenomics and Microbiome Research, Baylor College of MedicineSpeaker(s): Gretchen DiehlBioScience Research Collaborative
09/30/2016Keck Seminar, Josephine Ferreon, Assistant Professor, Pharmacology, Baylor College of MedicineSpeaker(s): Josephine FerreonBioScience Research Collaborative
10/05/20166th Annual NeuroEngineering SymposiumBrochstein Pavilion