Certified Health Informatician Australasia Program (CHIA)
CHIA is a professional certification program in health informatics managed by the Australasian Institute of Digital Health (AIDH).
The program is aimed at workers across health informatics and information technology roles, and once certified, participants can demonstrate expertise in health informatics principles, concepts, methods and skills, with the ability to apply these in the workplace.
What is the current state of sponsorship?
Applications are currently open.
To be eligible, participants must:
- Have a degree plus six continuous months of associated health experience
- No degree but at least three cumulative years of associated health experience.
Associated health experience includes: clinical healthcare and wellness, health administration/management, education, public health, health information management, health informatics, information and communication technology, information systems, healthcare and wellness research, data analytics, software architecture, cyber security, and project and program management.
Each position presented as associated health experience must have been held for a minimum of six months and within the last ten years.
How to apply
- Read the CHIA frequently asked questions (1.4MB PDF).
- Include your resume with your application.
Your resume needs to be tailored and demonstrate your responsibilities and experience relevant to the eligibility criteria. Include as much relevant information as possible — only including your job titles or listed employment history will not be sufficient.
- Complete the online application.