Informatics in health care
 
Module: Physiotherapy
ECTS: 3
Contact hours – lectures: 30
Contact hours – seminar: 15
Contact hours – clinical exercises:  
Contact hours – clinical practice:  
Holder of subject:
Year of study: First
 
Informatics in health care              

Contact hours – lectures: 30
Contact hours – seminar: 15
Contact hours – clinical exercises:  
Contact hours – clinical practice:  
Holder of subject:  
Education providers:  
Level of study: First Bologna cycle professional education study program
Semester: Winter
Language: Slovene/English
 
Subject-specific competences:
The role of digitalization in health care
Health data, information and knowledge
Health information systems
Health data analysis
Artificial intelligence and robotics
Tele-health
Information security and ethics
 
Objectives and competences:
  • Understand the role of informatics and computer science as a base of modern health care;
  • Understand technological trends in information security, social media and bioinformatics for redesigning processes in health care.
 
Knowledge and understanding:
  • Understand the role of informatics in health care;
  • They are able to collaborate at redesigning processes in health care when implementing contemporary information and communication technology.
Mandatory references:
  • WERBER, Borut, RAJKOVIČ, Uroš, URH, Marko, ŽNIDARŠIČ, Anja. Computer literacy and use of ICT as key factors of micro-enterprise success. E+M, ISSN 1212-3609, 2015, vol. 18, no. 2, str. 165-182
  • BENEDIK, Peter, RAJKOVIČ, Uroš, ŠUŠTERŠIČ, Olga. Toward the design of a nursing ontology system. Computers, informatics, nursing. , ISSN 1538-2931, 2014, vol. 32, no. 12, str. 580-588
  • DINEVSKI, Dejan, BELE, Uroš, ŠARENAC, Tomislav, RAJKOVIČ, Uroš, ŠUŠTERŠIČ, Olga. Clinical decision support systems. V: GRASCHEW, Georgi (ur.), RAKOWSKY, Stefan (ur.). Telemedicine techniques and applications. Rijeka: InTech, cop. 2011, str. 185-210
  • RAJKOVIČ, Uroš, ŠUŠTERŠIČ, Olga, ZUPANČIČ, Jože. Documentation management in health care: a synthesized approach in nursing. V: PAAPE, Björn (ur.), VUK, Drago (ur.). Synthesized organization. Frankfurt am Main [etc.]: P. Lang, 2009, str. 207-226
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Study obligations: 50% obligatory attendance at lectures
100% obligatory attendance at seminars
submitted and presented seminar work
Assessment methods: seminar work (50%)
written examination (50%)