On Monday 11 July, the Centre for Health Informatics celebrated 21 years of ground-breaking research and industry-changing success with a full day of stimulating presentations, discussions, and networking. The Symposium also took the opportunity to look to the future with ambitious and sometimes challenging ideas.

The 21st Anniversary Symposium opened with Macquarie University’s Vice-Chancellor Professor Bruce Dowton, followed by Professor Michael Kidd who presented the Keynote address. Professor Farah Magrabi was the Master of Ceremonies for the day.

The Centre for Health Informatics is Australia’s largest and longest-running academic research group in digital health, enjoying a prestigious international reputation. Over the past 21 years, it has established the Australian Alliance for AI in Healthcare, guided the development of Australia’s first Roadmap for AI in Healthcare, led the National Health and Medical Research Council Centre of Research Excellence in Digital Health, and created Australia’s first Fellowship Training Program for health informaticians.

The day proved to be an exciting day of celebration and vision.  There were 94 registered participants on the day with a further a further 54 registered online and 37 requesting a recording of the event.

Please visit https://bit.ly/3BknU2E to access the recordings from the day.

The full recording will be also be available on the AIHI YouTube account in the future: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIna30pYWTiQgPADsryKdSQ