The clinical informatics internship enables students to assist with developing, testing and implementing novel IT solutions in health care settings. Over the course of a year, interns learn at least one skill set - either front end web-design or database querying - and assist with building tools for Center projects. Clinical informatics interns also serve as the primary project manager for one or two programs, such as mHealth labs during their tenure. Deliverables from the year include: reports about innovation methods applied to new projects, initial build and subsequent iterations on digital tools informed by user testing and feedback, and analyses of outcomes for small-scale tests or pilots.
Who should apply?
Students who have a desire to learn about application design and how data is stored in health care systems.
We are looking for passionate students who can commit 35 hours per week over the course of a year.
Internships usually run from July to June.
This is a paid internship.
How to apply
Online applications are accepted from January to April each year. The 2017 application period has closed.