Study at AIHI
AIHI offers a unique program of multidisciplinary research training encompassing information, communication, cognitive and organisational science to support health service and biomedical innovation. You can choose from undergraduate projects or postgraduate programs and scholarships are available.
- Undergraduate projects
- Postgraduate programs - Masters and PhD programs
- Australasian Health Informatics Fellowship Program
Current scholarship opportunities
Scholarships are available for particular courses.
- PhD Scholarship - Health informatics, quality and safety
- PhD Scholarship - Digital health for patients and healthcare consumers
- PhD Scholarship - Safety in the Emergency Department
- PhD Scholarship - Medication safety in paediatrics
- PhD Scholarship - Trajectories of injured individuals ≥ 65 years through the hospital and residential aged care system
- PhD Scholarship - Artificial Intelligence in Medicine and Healthcare
Study projects are available under the PACE program.
For more information
If you have any further questions, please contact the Faculty PACE Officer by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our postgraduate programs allow candidates to undertake advanced research leading to a Master's or PhD degree under the supervision of experienced senior research staff in one of AIHI’s research areas.
How to apply
If you are interested in pursuing a postgraduate research degree with the Australian Institute of Health Innovation, please follow the following steps:
Step 1: Ensure you meet the entry requirements
Step 2: Find a supervisor
A list of all AIHI staff is available here
Step 3: Prepare a research proposal
Step 4: Explore Scholarship opportunities
Step 5: Submit application
For more information
If you have any further questions, please contact the HDR and Administrative Officer by email email@example.com or by phone +612 9850 2239.
Australasian Health Informatics Fellowship Program
The Fellowship Program is designed to increase leadership capability in the health informatics workforce as well as create career pathways for health informatics research doctorate students.
As part of the Fellowship Program students will be required to complete two paid work placements with a government agency, NGO, or industry partner.
If you are a student who may be interested in applying, or if you are an organisation that would consider offering work placements for Fellowship Program students, please contact the Fellowship Program Manager to discuss this further – firstname.lastname@example.org
The Australasian College of Health Informatics (ACHI), with support from the Centre for Health Informatics, Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Macquarie University established the Australasian College of Health Informatics Fellowship Program in 2017.
Applications are now open.
For more information and to apply, visit the ACHI website
AIHI specialist areas of research
Choose from our specialist areas of research within each of the Centres.
- Appropriateness of care
- Complexity science
- Health outcomes
- Human factors and resilience
- Implementation science
- International health reform
- Sustainable health systems
Cross cutting global themes: Patient safety; Improvement studies; Multi-disciplinary teamwork; Behaviour change.
- Artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare
- Patient safety informatics
- Health analytics
- Consumer informatics
- Computable evidence lab (decision support)
- Evidence surveillance
- Diagnostic informatics
- Electronic decision support and human factors in healthcare
- Medication safety and eHealth
- Work innovation, communication and eHealth
- Safety and integration of aged and community care
- Primary care safety and digital health