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Calling allied health, medicine and nursing and midwifery students!

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Are you an allied health, medicine, nursing or midwifery student ready to enter the workforce?

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Curtin University is working with WA Country Health Service (WACHS), WA Primary Health Alliance (WAPHA), and WA Health and is supported by the Digital Health Collaborative Research Centre (DHCRC), to explore digital health improvement opportunities.

We are interested in how prepared undergraduate students feel to use digital health technologies to deliver care as they begin their careers. If you are allied health, medicine, nursing or midwifery student in your final year, we want to hear from you!

For this survey, digital health includes any interaction with a patient or another clinician, occurring remotely with the use of information technology. Digital health includes phone calls, email exchange, video call, use of remote monitoring equipment and interaction via patient portals to assist patients with their health care journey. You might also have heard this talked about as telehealth, e-health, mHealth or virtual care.

Take the survey online.

This survey will take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete and is open until Saturday 31 December 2022.