PhD Research Domain: Doctor of Information Technology.
Expertise: Information Systems (IS) Development/Implementation, Management, Research and Teaching.
PhD Topic: The Investigation of My Health Record System Adoption in General Practices.
Expected PhD submission date: Early 2019, Charles Sturt University
Available for work placements: Early to mid 2019
- Strategic IS Management
- IS Project Management
- IS Testing Management
- Systems Analysis and Design
- Business IT/IS Applications Support
- Web Applications Development
- Relational Database Management
- Human Computer Interaction
2013 MSc in Strategic Business and Information Systems, Hertfordshire University (UK)
2012 Graduate Certificate in Business IT, RMIT University
2000 BSc in Computing, Portsmouth University (UK)
Urooj is completing a PhD investigating the adoption of My Health Record in general practice. This research skill adds to her experience in IT business applications and IS management, including development and support in the Middle East and Australia in both the private and public sectors.
She is now keenly passionate about Digital Health, to understand how electronic health information systems and related projects can improve patient care outcomes. Post PhD study, Urooj is interested in further exploring, analysing and advising clinicians about the ways technology can improve clinical patient care and extending her skillset accordingly.