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Clinical Leaders Group (CiLN)
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How to join CiLN 

Membership of CiLN is free. Anyone with a clinical background and an interest in data/ and or digital can apply to join by filling in this online formThe CiLN group is hosted on the UK's Digital Health Network. After you click the SIGN UP link, follow the instructions.

 

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Who are we?

CiLN is a NZ-based, multi-disciplinary and responsive health network for people with a clinical background and interest in data and/or digital.

You can email CiLN@HiNZ.org.nz for more information.

 

Order your CiLN member badge

HiNZ provides CiLN and HiNZ member badges to eligible members.

To order please go here BADGE ORDER FORM

 

 

What do we do?

The network has three roles:

  1. Act as an easy way for clinical leaders to communicate, network and share skills and knowledge about data and digital services from within and outside New Zealand.
  2. Provide a unified and influential clinical voice in data and digital services in New Zealand
  3. Raise awareness of the importance of clinical roles in the data and digital sectors
Who do we do it for?

CiLN supports clinicians involved in health decision making and those who work with them. Ultimately patients, whānau and communities will benefit from our work.

 

We do this by providing:

  • An online forum and networking events that make it easy to collaborate and share our skills and experience
  • Support in defining and promoting clinicians and their roles with data and digital services
  • Cohesive, functional voice to influence key stakeholders

CiLN also organises an annual Clinical Informatics Leadership Award to be presented annually during Digital Health Week NZ.

 

CiLN structure

Network community - all members signed up to the online network and able to attend events

  • CiLN co-chairs:  Alex Forsyth Director Allied Health Scientific and Technical at Whanganui DHB and Nathan Kershaw, anaesthetist and UK Digital Health Fellow
  • CiLN Coordinator: Rebecca McBeth, editor eHealthNews.nz
  • CiLN Advisory Panel:  Karen Blake, Regional Manager Health Informatics, healthAlliance office of the CCIO; Jon Herries, GM - Emerging Health Technology, Ministry of Health; Karen Day, Senior Lecturer, Health Informatics, The University of Auckland; Rebecca George, Clinical Lead for Allied Health Informatics, Canterbury District Health Board; Steve Earnshaw, Chief Clinical Information Officer, 3DHBs; Tamzin Brott, Executive Director Allied Health Scientific and Technical Professions, Waitemata DHB; Kate Yeo, deputy chief nursing officer at Waikato DHB; and Emily Gill, GP
CiLN meetings

CiLN holds two national in-person meetings. These coincide with the HiNZ mid-year (May) or end of year (November) conferences. 

 

Page last updated - 27 August 2020

Place published - New Zealand

HiNZ, PO Box 300125, Albany, Auckland 0752, New Zealand.

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