AeHIN Scholarships

This 2013, AeHIN supports 24 of its members to the Online HL7 Fundamentals Course, a 14-week program which begins 15 August - 28 November 2013. This initiative do not just aim to train participants on HL7 but also will explore the possibility of eHealth standardization and interoperability within countries and across borders.

Click on the names of each scholar below to view the profile.

Bangladesh India Indonesia
  1. Fatema Uddin 
  2. Dr. Shah Ali Akbar Ashrafi 
  3. Nayeem Al Mifthah
  4. Jakir Hossain Bhuiyan Masud
  1. Sujan Sarkar
  2. Itisha Vasisht 
  3. Rajeev Digambar Joshi
  1. Maryani Setyowati
  2. Albert Pratama Prayogo
  3. Enny Rachmani

Myanmar Nepal Philippines
  1. Chaw Chaw Yu
  2. Ei Shwe Sin Win 
  3. Aye Aye Sein
  1. Prabin Shakya
  1. Alison Perez
  2. Thelma Pulong
  3. Christine Ceblano
  4. Edith Facturan

Sri Lanka Thailand Viet Nam
  1. Dr. Clive Chrishanthan James
  1. Wanchana Pontongmak
  2. Niramai Nareenuch
  1. Nguyen Hoang Ming
  2. Vo Hai Son
  3. Huy Quang Hoang

AeHIN HL7 Scholars

Rajeev Digambar Joshi

     I have pleasure in introducing myself. I am Dr. Rajeev Joshi, Consultant Paediatrician practicing at my own hospital at Pune, India. I have been working on computer applications in medical profession for last 25 years. In 2008 I was selected for fellowship program at Woods Hole, MA sponsored by National Library of Medicine, USA. The program aims at creating agents of change, and interaction with participants and faculty helped me to widen my views to expand work I had been doing. Based on this course, I designed an introductory workshop in medical informatics and trained medical students and software professionals. This program was appreciated by Indian Association for Medical Informatics and I was nominated on its national executive committee for 2009-11. Maharashtra University of Health Sciences invited me to conduct this workshop twice for medical teachers, and participants were extremely satisfied. 

Recently I have been working on mHealth applications and our "Dynamic Intelligent Blood Donor Network" received best game changing idea award from telemedicine society of India in 2011. Currently am working on use of fuzzy logic and soft computing techniques, for clinical decision support systems for my PhD in scientific computing. I do look forward to knowing all participants of this online HL7 course and mutually fruitful interaction.