Opportunities are soaring in Healthcare. Are you ready to transform your career?

by Admin on December 7, 2017

in Educational Opportunities


Ryerson University’s G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education can help you advance your career in Healthcare through certificates, professional development course series, and individual courses.

Here are our latest offerings:
Certificate in Health Informatics – an eight-course certificate designed for professionals with either a health or IT background, or some experience in both, looking for a career that bridges the gap between information, technology, and the healthcare system.

Certificate in Health Services Management – a seven-course certificate for professionals who want to move into management, or increase their management skills, within healthcare organizations.

Certificate in Health Studies – a six-course certificate that allows professionals to explore a variety of health-related options to fill the gaps in their knowledge and grow their professional development in the areas that interests them most.

Professional Development Award in Health Data Analytics – three courses provide health professionals with in-demand data analytics skills.

Health Information Access and Privacy (CLAW 402) – this 13 week, online course provides an understanding of the policies, practices, laws, and regulations that address confidentiality, privacy, and security of health information.

Privacy by Design (CZLW 327) – this 13 week, online course takes an in-depth look at the increasing effects of technological change and ways to respond based on the principles of Privacy by Design. Taught by Dr. Ann Cavoukian, who is recognized as one of the world’s leading privacy experts.

Many of the courses are offered online, so you can avoid a cold commute and learn from the comfort of your own home. Space is limited for these in-demand courses.

Enrol today! For more information, contact Melissa Johnson at m1johnso@ryerson.ca.

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