A/Prof. Terry HANNAN


A/Prof. Terry HANNAN
Member since:
19 Aug, 2010


• Consultant Physician and Health Informatician.
• Fellow Australian College of Health Informatics (2002-)
• Fellow American College of Health Informatics (2004-)
• President of the Australian College of Health Informatics (2007-2009).
• Member AMIA International Affairs Committee
• Medical Director of the transfer of the Johns Hopkins Oncology Clinical Information System from Johns Hopkins to an Australian tertiary hospital.(1984-1992)
• Co-Founder of the Mosoriot Medical Record System an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) project in Kenya that preceded the AMPATH and OpenMRS e-record systems. This is currently the largest open-source web based EMR for developing nations. Main focus has been on end-user acceptability of eHealth technologies. Many peer-reviewed publications on Health Informatics.
• Clinical Associate Professor, School of Human Health Sciences and Menzies Institute, University of Tasmania, Launceston Campus.
• Invited Visiting (Sabbatical) Professor (Sep-Nov 2010) Modena University, Italy.
• Multiple peer-reviewed publications on health informatics in journals.
• Health Informatics Consultant
• Moderator GHDonline. (www.ghdonline.org )
• Member of the mHealth Working Group (mHealth Working Group Boston, Massachusetts)


Health IT

Role(s) / Profession(s)

  • Information Technology Professional
  • Physician


  • American Medical Informatics Association - AMIA
  • Australasian College of Health Informatics - ACHI

Work Location(s)

  • Australia


  • English