Yorkshire Centre for Health Informatics

The Yorkshire Centre for Health Informatics (YCHI) is a leading international Centre for health informatics expertise, collaboration and research.

Our mission is to improve health care practice through high-quality research and evidence-based education and training.

YCHI was  established in in 2004 in response to a widely recognised need for high quality research and education in Health Informatics. The formation of the Centre brought together partners from the NHS, industry and academia, and since then a successful teaching, research and knowledge transfer programme has been developed based on this developing network of contacts.

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Global Health Informatics Book by Dr Hamish Fraser

“Congratulations to Dr Hamish Fraser on his new book in collaboration with colleagues at MIT – ‘Global Health Informatics’, Principles of eHealth and mHealth to Improve Quality of Care.”

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