Revolutionizing health care through information technology
Our graduate programs
The School of Health Information Science currently offers five types of graduate degrees:
- On-Campus MSc in Health Informatics
- Distributed MSc in Health Informatics
- Double Degree MSc in Health Informatics and Master of Nursing
- PhD in Health Informatics
- PhD by special arrangement (no longer accepting applications)
For further information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an appointment with the graduate advisor.
We have quality computer equipment, laboratories and technical support that help in all aspects of health informatics research. The UVic library has a comprehensive and up-to-date collection. We also have strong linkages to health care organizations that’ll allow you to conduct research in various health related field settings.
Learn more about:
- Admission Requirements
- Program Requirements
Contact the graduate program assistant at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Current student publications
The School of Health Information Science is pleased to recognize the following current students (in bold) who have authored or co-authored papers accepted for publication.
|Helen Monkman and Andre Kushniruk||A See Through The Future: Augmented Reality and Health Information Systems|
|Kathleen Abrahamson, James Anderson, Elizabeth Borycki, Andre Kushniruk, Shannon Malovec, Angela Espejo and Marilyn Anderson||The Impact of University Provided Nurse Electronic Medical Record Training on Health Care Organizations: An Exploratory Simulation Approach|
|Francis Lau, Doris Barwich, Neil Hilliard, Colin Partridge, Bruce Hobson, Morgan Price, Douglas McGregor, Jesdeep Bassi, Dennis Lee, Julie Kim, Joanna Pyke and Gurprit Randhawa||A Knowledge Translation Project on Best Practices in End-of-life Care|
|Helen Monkman and Andre Kushniruk||Optimizing the Efficacy of Multimedia Consumer Health Information|
|Helen Monkman and Andre Kushniruk||Using Personal Health Records to Scaffold Perceived Self-Efficacy for Health Promotion|
|Andre Kushniruk, Helen Monkman, Danica Tuden, Paule Bellwood and Elizabeth Borycki||Integrating Heuristic Evaluation with Cognitive Walkthrough: Development of a Hybrid Usability Inspection Method|
If you are a current student of this program and have had a journal paper or indexed conference proceeding accepted or published, please share this information with our office so we can recognize your achievement. Please send in the full citation in APA format to Sandra Boudewyn, Graduate Secretary.
Catherine Claiter, BSc (Health Information Science) '00, is influencing healthcare systems as Chief Information Officer (CIO) of the Vancouver Island Health Authority.
Catherine has quickly risen to national and international prominence in health information science. She's influencing the quality, productivity and sustainability of our health care system in the province and internationally.
As CIO, Catherine has influenced several national and provincial initiatives as healthcare gradually moves from paper to electronic files -- not bad for someone who'd never turned on a computer until arriving at UVic and didn't really like computer science courses!