Masters in Digital Health Transformation commences at University of Limerick
The HSE Digital Academy concluded its orientation day with students enrolled in the Masters in Digital Health Transformation this week. This gave the students an opportunity to network with fellow classmates, get acquainted with the upcoming learning schedule and become comfortable overall. In addition there was an initial series of introductory talks from some of the teaching faculty delivering the masters.
With 50 students enrolled, including 44 HSE staff, this course will train digital leaders who will become the digital leaders in the HSE and beyond. By creating the new Masters the HSE is aiming to significantly improve the digital capability, capacity and competence of the organization. Eight Ireland Universities led by UL have collaborated with the HSE Digital Academy to define and deliver a brand new syllabus which will deliver a European Leading Masters in Digital Transformation.
Speaking at the launch, Martin Curley Director of HSE Digital Transformation said “This new Masters is a first with all Irish Universities collaborating to deliver a premium offering that will help shape our digital health future."
Note to Editor: