IFHIMA Golden Jubilee overview of Health Information Management (HIM)-by Deneice Marshall

  • Posted by Ifhima Admin
  • On October 27, 2018
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Health Information Management (HIM) is often overlooked as an Allied Health Profession. Some people even say “we are the best kept secret” after they truly understand our roles and responsibilities in health care delivery.   The HIM world is changing every day and we are being challenged, to re-define and develop new job functions, to […]
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Jubilee Series Article-by Darley Petersen

  • Posted by Admin GIT
  • On September 22, 2018
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First of all: CONGRATULATIONS TO IFHIMA ON THE 50th ANNIVERSARY AND MANNY PROSPEROUS YEARS TO COME. For me many great experiences relates to IFHIMA, to professional development, to friendships, to meetings and congresses around the world, but most of all to individuals and culture. My introduction to IFHIMA happened in 1986 when my colleague Lykke […]
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IFHIMA – 50th Anniversary-by Phyllis Watson

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  • On September 22, 2018
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In 1965 I graduated from a hospital-based school for Medical Record Librarians in Sydney, Australia and with a fellow graduate prepared a paper for presentation at the 3rd Australian Medical Record Conference. The title of the paper was the “International Growth of Medical Record Librarianship”.  We were not sure where to begin but with the […]
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My First International Meeting – 9 th IFHRO Congress, Auckland, New Zealand 1984-by Lorraine Nicholson

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  • On September 22, 2018
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In late 1983 when I was the Area Medical Records Officer for the Rochdale Hospitals, a new travelling scholarship was launched to encourage all disciplines of staff to travel to widen their vision, to experience an international dimension in their chosen profession and to provide an opportunity to make professional contacts around the world. Shortly […]
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Anniversary Statement-by Carol Lewis

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  • On July 29, 2018
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Anniversaries offer the opportunity for reflection. As I think about the 50 years of the Federation’s existence and the activities that preceded its establishment, I identify three different ways in which I was involved. As a student (1953) one of the hospitals in which I did my clinical practice was participating in the first International […]
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