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Health Informatics Career Fair

HI Career Fair 2015 Poster

Looking for the Perfect Career? Consider career options in the exploding field of Health Informatics. You do not want to miss the 2015 HI Career and Internship Fair/Symposium hosted by five of the state's prominent universities in the field. For more information, go to Partners. The industry's leading employers will discuss the incredible opportunities available in health informatics.

9:30am-4pm on Friday, October 23 at North Carolina Central University (Nursing Building, 1400 S. Alston Ave., Durham, NC 27707). Park in Latham Deck, Lawson St. (take shuttle). Register today to attend, to be an exhibitor/recruiter, or to be a sponsor. Go to Registration page.

Note: AFTER OCTOBER 16, you may register at the door Oct. 23 or send email request to: hicareerfair@nccu.edu. Late Sponsors and Exhibitors may also send email queries.

Program Agenda

  • 9:00am: Registration Starts
  • 9:30am: Career Fair/Symposium Opens in NCCU Nursing Auditorium (1110) – Welcome and Keynote
  • 10:45 am -11:15am: Break to meet sponsors/exhibitors, view posters
  • 11:15am – 12:15pm: Panel Discussion with Sponsors/Exhibitors: “Careers in Health Informatics”
  • 12:15pm: Lunch served
  • 12:15pm – 2:00pm: Visit exhibitors/recruiters; view posters; Tour of Eagles Hospital (2nd floor)
  • 2:00pm – 3:00pm: Panel Discussion HI Education Programs’ Faculty and Students: “Perspectives on Transitioning into Health Informatics”
  • 3:00pm – 3:30pm: Break to visit sponsors/exhibitors/recruiters
  • 3:30pm – 4:00pm: Wrap-up – Poster Competition winner; Exhibitor Raffle; next year plans
Business Panelists
BCBS of NC, Colbert Enterprises, UNC Health Care, and SAS

Exhibitors and Sponsors
American Society of Information Science and Technology Carolinas Chapter (CC: ASIS&T);  Booz Allen Hamilton; Carolinas HealthCare System; Clinipace Worldwide; Colbert Enterprises; Community Care of NC; Duke University – Center for Health Informatics; Duke University – School of Medicine, Master of Management in Clinical Informatics; East Carolina University – Center for Healthcare Management Systems; East Carolina University – Health Services and Information Management; Epic; Magnus Health; North Carolina Central University – School of Library and Information Sciences; Northeastern University (in Charlotte); Novant; Project SHINE: Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE); SAS; University of North Carolina Chapel Hill – Carolina Health Informatics Program; University of North Carolina Charlotte – Health Informatics Professional Science Master’s; Wingate University, School of Pharmacy

Free Event
Open to the public.  Consider coming if you are a student or professional with a background in consumer health information, computer science, nursing, medicine, public health, psychology, or other complementary fields. Opportunities for internships, employment, and education.

Location
Click here for map. Directions from South and West (Charlotte and Greensboro area): Take I-85 north to I-40 merge. Continue to Durham. Take exit 172 onto NC 147 (Durham Freeway) south. Take exit 11 onto Alston Ave. south. Turn right onto Lawson St. Parking deck is on the right. (Nursing Building is at 1400 S. Alston.)

Directions from East (Greenville area): Take 264 West to 64 W. Take exit 423 onto I-540. Go West to exit 1A; take I-40 W. Take exit 279B onto NC 147 (Durham Freeway) north. Take exit 11 onto Alston Ave. south. Turn right onto Lawson St. Parking deck is on the right. (Nursing Building is at 1400 S. Alston.)

For more information
E-Mail hicareerfair@nccu.edu or contact:

Deborah Swain, Associate Professor, School of Library and Information Science, NC Central University dswain@nccu.edu; 919-530-7502

Larisa Rodgers, Health Informatics Program Coordinator, UNC-Chapel Hill, LarisaR@unc.edu; 919-962-5871

 
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