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2020 Clinical Informatics Leadership Award

2020 Clinical Informatics Leadership Award - Nomination Form

This year, the Clinical Informatics Leadership Network published a Clinical Informatics Position Statement, which details five key ways in which clinical informaticians bring value to the health sector. The Clinical Informatics Leadership Award 2020 is looking for a clinical informatician who best demonstrates this value.

To be eligible for the award you must be a member of the Clinical Informatics Leadership Network - this is open to anyone with a clinical background and an interest in data and/or digital. If the nominee is not a member, they can apply to join. You can nominate yourself or others.

Facts, figures, examples and case studies to back up your claims wherever possible are welcomed. This entry form accepts text but not images: any graphics or supplementary information can be emailed separately to CiLN@hinz.org.nz with the name of the nominee.

All submissions will be judged by a 3-person panel consisting of MoH Deputy Director Data and Digital Shayne Hunter, NZ Health IT Chief Executive Scott Arrol and 2019 CiLN Award winner and HiNZ Board Chair Rebecca George, who will decide three finalists. A public vote to decide the winner will be held in October 2020 and the winner will be announced at a HiNZ networking event in November.

If you have any questions check out this FAQ page or email CiLN@hinz.org.nz 
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9. Nominee's health profession *This question is required.
10. Is the nominee a member of CiLN? *This question is required.
11. Has the nominee been notified that this application has been made? (This is required before we can include them in the list of nominees) *This question is required.
Please select two of the values below and detail how the nominee demonstrates them:

Expertise
Please detail how the nominee applied their clinical experience to the juncture of health care and information systems and technology. This can be done at operational and strategic levels.

Clinical Leadership
How has the nominee demonstrated leadership in the field of clinical informatics? 

Stakeholder Engagement
How has the nominee’s clinical background provided credibility when engaging with colleagues, and improving user uptake, understanding and participation?

Competence and Capability
How has the nominee championed digital literacy and the ongoing development of the health and disability workforce to support the evolution of digitisation and new models of care?

Communication
How has the nominee acted as a translator and communicator between the disparate groups that work in data and digital aspects of health care?