Lights, Camera – Action Research! DHCRC scholar’s work in international journal
Lights, Camera – Action Research! DHCRC scholar’s work in international journal

DHCRC funding is supporting Natalie Smith’s work with the University of Queensland Business School identifying ways to administer digital health transformations more effectively. Her new publication in the International Journal of Managing Projects in Business, recommends new models for universities to fund research in a financially-constrained post-COVID world.

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Telehealth Datathon Winners 2020
Telehealth Datathon Winners 2020

Winners of the 2020 HMS RONIN #TelehealthDataChallenge were announced today, with the following awards presented by HMS Chair and CEO, Bill Lucia: Retrospective Challenge Winner: Team 5 - $6000 Michael Rasmussen Penelope Main Sunita Bapuji Sylvia Daravong Alice Wilkin...

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