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Evelyn J.S. Hovenga

Health Informatics Program and Research Centre

Central Queensland University

HQ Phone:  +61 7 4930 9000

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Central Queensland University

Building 37 Bruce Highway

The Caves, Queensland,4702

Australia

Company Description

Central Queensland University is one of Australia's most innovative and richly diverse universities. The CQU Faculty of Informatics and Communication (Infocom) is a young, vibrant and rapidly expanding educational facility that welcomes students of all ages ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Director

EHEALTHCARD AUSTRALIA PTY. LTD


Trustee Director

Open eHealth Foundation Pty Ltd, Trustee for Global eHealth Collaborative (GeHCo)


Professor

openEHR Foundation


Affiliations

Australian College of Health Informatics

Fellow


Health Informatics Society of Australia Ltd

Chief Editor


eHe company

Board Member


International Medical Informatics Association

Education Workgroup


Australian Computer Society Inc

Fellow


Royal College of Nursing Australia

Fellow


Centre for Health Informatics & Multiprofessional Education

Honorary Senior Research Associate


HL7 Inc

Advisor


National Health Information Sharing and Analysis Center

Member


Golden Orb Technologies

Board Member


HL7 Aus

Australia Board Member - Education


International Journal of Medical Informatics

Editorial Team Member


Austin Centre for Applied Clinical Informatics

Honorary Academic Fellow


Australian College of Health Service Executives

Fellow


Education

PhD

University of New South Wales


Web References(143 Total References)


Board of Directors - eHealth Education

ehe.edu.au [cached]

Evelyn J.S. Hovenga RN PhD FACS FACHI
CEO, Director, Company Secretary & Public Officer Evelyn's work during the 1980's as an independent health service management consultant for private and public hospitals was combined with doctoral research studies in health administration (nursing informatics). Appointed at Central Queensland University in 1992 where she was promoted to Professor in Health Informatics in 2003. Evelyn managed its health informatics program and research centre, and the school of management and information systems till 2007. Her experience and expertise covers many facets of health informatics especially standards development, health terminology and electronic health records incl. knowledge management and ontology. Evelyn was a foundation member of the Health Informatics Society of Australia and a foundation Fellow of the Australiasian College of Health Informatics for which she initiated the establishment of the Australian Health Informatics Education Council that undertook the initial developmental work towards the establishment of nationally recognised Health Informatics competencies. [xa_acc style="xa-green" ] [xa_slide title="Read More" openclose="" icon="Select Icon-"] The first openEHR archetype repository was developed at CQU's Health Informatics research centre, this is now the internationally known as the Clinical Knowledge Manager. Evelyn facilitated and managed all HL7 Australia educational activities for several years; was an invited expert to IMIA's Nursing Informatics group competency development workshop in 1987, the European Nightingale Nursing Informatics competency development project during the early 1990s, an invited member of the International Medical Informatics Association's education taskforce. She participated in the original development of the medical (health) informatics education recommendations and the 2010 review and update of these curriculum guidelines. Evelyn chaired IMIA's education workgroup for several years during which time a text edited by her and Prof John Mantas on Global Health Informatics Education (2004) was published by IOS Press. Evelyn was the Chief Editor of the electronic Journal of Health Informatics www.ejhi.net/


Board of Directors - eHealth Education

ehe.edu.au [cached]

Evelyn J.S. Hovenga RN PhD FACS FACHI
CEO, Director, Company Secretary & Public Officer Evelyn's work during the 1980's as an independent health service management consultant for private and public hospitals was combined with doctoral research studies in health administration (nursing informatics). Appointed at Central Queensland University in 1992 where she was promoted to Professor in Health Informatics in 2003. Evelyn managed its health informatics program and research centre, and the school of management and information systems till 2007. Her experience and expertise covers many facets of health informatics especially standards development, health terminology and electronic health records incl. knowledge management and ontology. Evelyn was a foundation member of the Health Informatics Society of Australia and a foundation Fellow of the Australiasian College of Health Informatics for which she initiated the establishment of the Australian Health Informatics Education Council that undertook the initial developmental work towards the establishment of nationally recognised Health Informatics competencies. Read More The first openEHR archetype repository was developed at CQU's Health Informatics research centre, this is now the internationally known as the Clinical Knowledge Manager. Evelyn facilitated and managed all HL7 Australia educational activities for several years; was an invited expert to IMIA's Nursing Informatics group competency development workshop in 1987, the European Nightingale Nursing Informatics competency development project during the early 1990s, an invited member of the International Medical Informatics Association's education taskforce. She participated in the original development of the medical (health) informatics education recommendations and the 2010 review and update of these curriculum guidelines. Evelyn chaired IMIA's education workgroup for several years during which time a text edited by her and Prof John Mantas on Global Health Informatics Education (2004) was published by IOS Press. Evelyn was the Chief Editor of the electronic Journal of Health Informatics www.ejhi.net/


About Research at CQU: Committees (RECAB Membership)

researchexpertise.cqu.edu.au [cached]

Professor Evelyn Hovenga


Editorial Board

www.ejhi.net [cached]

Evelyn JS Hovenga
Editorial Board Editorial Board Evelyn JS Hovenga Evelyn JS Hovenga Evelyn's career began in earnest in the late 1970s with nursing, then progressed into public sector health administration, health service management and workstudy during the 1980s, followed by applied research, policy analysis, health and nursing informatics, consulting as a company director and finally in 1993 she entered academe at Central Queensland University, first as a senior lecturer and since 2003 as a Professor delivering and promoting Health Informatics education and research. Evelyn's area of consulting expertise, now spanning nearly 20 years, is in the conduct of hospital productivity reviews consisting primarily of the study of nursing work using both qualitative and quantitative research methods. Evelyn developed the Patient Assessment and Information System (PAIS) nursing workload monitoring system during the early 1980s and a Universal Career Evaluation System (UNCES) during the early 1990s. Evelyn's interest in informatics began in the late 1970s when she undertook a course in computer science. She has actively provided leadership and contributed to various professional organizations since the early 1980s, including the International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA). Evelyn's personal vision of improving health through the best possible use of information and communication technologies has shaped Evelyn's subsequent career path. Her networking skills and strong commitment to this vision resulted in her being a foundation board member of the Health Informatics Society of Australia, initiator of the annual National Health Informatics Conferences (HIC) and more recently a foundation Fellow of the newly established Australian College of Health Informatics. Evelyn initiated the publishing of the first Australian text on Health Informatics by Churchill Livingstone, Melbourne in 1996. She is a foundation member of the Standards Australia IT/14 health informatics committee, serves on two technical sub committees and represents this committee as a member of the National ICT Standards Committee, and the National Health Data Standards Committee. She initiated and collaboratively directed an international effort to develop a new ISO standard for the integration of a reference terminology model for nursing.


Innovative approaches and processes for capturing expert aged care knowledge for multiple purposes | Hovenga | electronic Journal of Health Informatics

www.ejhi.net [cached]

Evelyn JS Hovenga
Evelyn's career began in earnest in the late 1970s with nursing, then progressed into public sector health administration, health service management and workstudy during the 1980s, followed by applied research, policy analysis, health and nursing informatics, consulting as a company director and finally in 1993 she entered academe at Central Queensland University, first as a senior lecturer and since 2003 as a Professor delivering and promoting Health Informatics education and research. Evelyn's area of consulting expertise, now spanning nearly 20 years, is in the conduct of hospital productivity reviews consisting primarily of the study of nursing work using both qualitative and quantitative research methods. Evelyn developed the Patient Assessment and Information System (PAIS) nursing workload monitoring system during the early 1980s and a Universal Career Evaluation System (UNCES) during the early 1990s. Evelyn's interest in informatics began in the late 1970s when she undertook a course in computer science. She has actively provided leadership and contributed to various professional organizations since the early 1980s, including the International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA). Evelyn's personal vision of improving health through the best possible use of information and communication technologies has shaped Evelyn's subsequent career path. Her networking skills and strong commitment to this vision resulted in her being a foundation board member of the Health Informatics Society of Australia, initiator of the annual National Health Informatics Conferences (HIC) and more recently a foundation Fellow of the newly established Australian College of Health Informatics. Evelyn initiated the publishing of the first Australian text on Health Informatics by Churchill Livingstone, Melbourne in 1996. She is a foundation member of the Standards Australia IT/14 health informatics committee, serves on two technical sub committees and represents this committee as a member of the National ICT Standards Committee, and the National Health Data Standards Committee. She initiated and collaboratively directed an international effort to develop a new ISO standard for the integration of a reference terminology model for nursing.


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