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Thursday, 31 January 2008

There exists a broad knowledge base required to perform well in Emergency Informatics. The fact that it is ever changing and requires expertise in two fields that are so distinct necessitates some element of formal education or at least some dedicated mentoring and hand-holding. We hope you find the following resources useful.

ACEP/AMIA 10x10 Emergency Informatics Transition Course: This course has been taught annually since Summer 2008 via a web based lectures. It finalizes with a day-long pre-conference meeting held day before ACEP Scientific Assembly in the fall. (https://www.amia.org/education/academic-and-training-programs/10x10-ohsu-conjunction-acep http://www.acep.org/SAContent.aspx?id=45697)

EIA Forums and Mailing Lists: After becoming a member, you can post to and browse these resources where you will find significant expertise and directions from your peers.

Traditional Graduate Level Course work: (https://www.amia.org/education) AMIA maintains a list of places that provide informatics education and training. You will probably find a location nearby. Some have distance courses available.

Recommended Texts: We welcome your suggestions as we update this list.


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