Our congratulations go out to all of our successful candidates for the NCCQ in March 2014! It was fantastic meeting you all at the Awards Ceremony this year.

BCS ASSIST launches Mentorship Programme which will become available to IHRIM Members




BCS ASSIST launches Mentorship Programme which will become available to IHRIM Members

We are pleased to announce that BCS Assist will be launching a mentoring programme. Once the Federation (Fed-IP) is fully up and running, this programme will also be available to IHRIM members. The key aims of this programme are to help and advise members with their continued professional development by developing specific skills and knowledge that will enhance their professional and personal growth. We believe mentoring will:

Fed-IP - A new vision for the health informatics profession

The UK Council of Health Informatics Professions, BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT, and the Institute of Health Records and Information Management (IHRIM) are working collaboratively

National Information Board’s Informatics Strategy


Andy Williams, Chief Executive of the Health & Social Care Information Centre says the impending release of the National Information Board’s informatics strategy will clear up a number of questions regarding the HSCIC’s role, as well as the direction of healthcare informatics in general. The National Information Board is comprised of representatives from a number of health organisations including the Department of Health, NHS England and the HSCIC.

The Professional Records Standards Body

prsblogoeditedThe PRSB is a Community Interest Company (Company Number 8540834) led by and representing patient and care professional organisations. Their purpose is to ensure that the requirements of those who provide and receive care can be fully expressed in health and social care records. In this way they contribute to the structure and content of care records so that all service users have consistent and high quality information to manage health and care.

Visit their website for further information

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