- Ms Maryann Wood
Faculty of Health,
School of Public Health & Social Work
- Discipline *
- Public Health and Health Services
- +61 7 3138 5870
- +61 7 3138 3369
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- Identifiers and profiles
MHsc (Queensland University of Technology), BBus(HlthAdmin) (Queensland University of Technology)
- Professional memberships
Full Graduate Member Health Information Management Association of Australia
Maryann Wood is an academic at the Queensland University of Technology specialising in the areas of health information management (including casemix management) and clinical classification. Maryann also has significant experience as an international consultant in both of these areas. She has been employed as a short term consultant on a number of occasions by agencies such as the World Health Organisation and the Department of Health and Ageing (Australia) in both the Pacific and South – East Asia regions. The work Maryann undertook during these consultancies involved provision of advice on health information systems, development of training modules in ICD-10 and hospital information systems, conducting “train the trainer” workshops in a variety of areas such as clinical classification. She has also undertaken several international consultancies in project management during her tenure at the Australian Bureau of Statistics in the Solomon Islands and Nauru.
- Health Information Management
- Clinical Classification
- Quality Management in Health
- Project Management
Health Information Systems Policy Partnership Initiative with Nauru Ministry of Health
Health Information Systems Knowledge Hub: Health Information Systems Policy Partnership Initiative with Nauru Ministry of Health
Development of Health Information Systems Policy for Fiji Ministry of Health
World Health Organisation, South East Asian Regional Office: Development
of Mortality Statistics Training Manual
Project management training in conjunction with the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (Solomon Islands and Nauru).
For publications by this staff member, visit QUT ePrints, the University's research repository.