Health informatics competencies in postgraduate medical education and training in the UK: a mixed methods study.

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Summary of "Health informatics competencies in postgraduate medical education and training in the UK: a mixed methods study."

To assess health informatics (HI) training in UK postgraduate medical education, across all specialties, against international standards in the context of UK digital health initiatives (eg, Health Data Research UK, National Health Service Digital Academy and Global Digital Exemplars).


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Name: BMJ open
ISSN: 2044-6055
Pages: e025460


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