The Global HIDDIN Workforce Census is conducted every 3 years to capture the data about the specialist digital health workforce.
The Census is completed by anyone who self-identifies as being a part of the HIDDIN Workforce. You are part of the workforce if any part of your role (including volunteer or actively seeking) includes a function related to health data, information, or knowledge.
Functions could include analysing, designing, developing, implementing, maintaining, managing, operating, evaluating, or governing the data, technology, systems, and services for the health sector.
The 2021 Global HIDDIN Census is now closed.
I HAVE MORE QUESTIONS ABOUT THE CENSUS
Please read the information sheet about the census (PDF 132.0 KB). If you have further questions, please contact a member of the project team, below.
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For further information, please contact one of the project Chairs
Dr Kerryn Butler-Henderson
RMIT University: Kerryn.Butler-Henderson@rmit.edu.au
Associate Professor Kathleen Gray|
University of Melbourne