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eHealth: More than just an electronic record Coursera

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About this course: The MOOC, "eHealth: More than just an electronic record!", is multidisciplinary in nature, and aims to equip the global audience of health clinicians, students, managers, administrators, and researchers to reflect on the overall impact of eHealth on the integration of care. It explores the breadth of technology application, current and emerging trends, and showcases both local and international eHealth practice and research. The entire eHealth Course consists of 5 modules and takes about 5 weeks to complete. Completion certificates are issued on the basis of participation in all 5 modules. Completing the health practice assignment in Module 5 entitles you to advanced standing in some of the eHealth courses run by the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney.


Indigenous artists illuminate Sydney Opera House in light festival

PBS NewsHour

"Songlines" at the Sydney Opera House appears on May 27, 2016. Along the edge of the Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney, Australia, an otherworldly archway is covering visitors in cascades of light. "Cathedral of Light" is only one piece of Vivid Sydney, a festival combining light displays, music and speakers that began Friday and will run through June 18. The festival transformed the Opera House, Harbour Bridge and other local landmarks with more than 90 installations, including projections, interactive exhibits, sculptures and performances. Many of the installations are concentrated around the Circular Quay in Sydney Harbour, with additional pieces on display throughout the city.


'Make Sydney late again' say thousands of Aussies in mass protest for nightlife

Mashable

Over ten thousand disenfranchised residents of Sydney, Australia hit the streets Sunday, protesting the New South Wales state government's restrictions on nightlife. And they brought the placard puns en masse. The huge protest came just two days after anti-lock out law campaigners #KeepSydneyOpen released a report stating that since the introduction of the 1:30 a.m. SEE ALSO: The anthem for everyone hating on Sydney's strict lock out laws Under legislation, a bars and clubs in the lock out boundary are also being made to close at 3 a.m. and liquor stores must close by 10 p.m. Critics of the lock out laws claim tens of venues have been forced to close and hundreds of jobs have been lost. Among those protesting down Sydney's iconic nightlife strip Oxford Street, was Cold Chisel musician Jimmy Barnes, Paul Mac and a host all of Sydney's DJs, MCs, indie bands and promoters.


Canva, Atlassian and other tech leaders push to make Australia rival Silicon Valley

Mashable

Australia's brightest tech talent have come together in an attempt to make Sydney, Australia a startup hub to rival the world's best. Announced Tuesday, a new group called TechSydney will act as a central organising force for Australia's startup scene, helping those involved collaborate to create something bigger and better. Some of the issues the group will deal with initially are bridging the gap between startups and the government, helping startups attract the best talent, including more women, and also promoting the city overseas as an entrepreneurial hub. SEE ALSO: 'Mumpreneur': Does it deserve to be the most hated term in business? Started by Dean McEvoy, one-time founder of deals site Spreets, along with Mick Liubinskas of startup accelerator muru-D and Gen George of job marketplace OneShift, among others, the new group will be funded by the startups themselves.


Canva, Atlassian and other tech leaders push to make Australia rival Silicon Valley

Mashable

Australia's brightest tech talent have come together in an attempt to make Sydney, Australia a startup hub to rival the world's best. Announced Tuesday, a new group called TechSydney will act as a central organising force for Australia's startup scene, helping those involved collaborate to create something bigger and better. Some of the issues the group will deal with initially are bridging the gap between startups and the government, helping startups attract the best talent, including more women, and also promoting the city overseas as an entrepreneurial hub. SEE ALSO: 'Mumpreneur': Does it deserve to be the most hated term in business? Started by Dean McEvoy, one-time founder of deals site Spreets, along with Mick Liubinskas of startup accelerator muru-D and Gen George of job marketplace OneShift, among others, the new group will be funded by the startups themselves.