RESCHEDULED – GRIP and a FHIR-side chat – How we share data to improve clinical care and safety



If your job includes HEALTHCARE or DIGITAL,

You must attend this event:

How we share data to improve clinical care and safety


Tuesday 18 February 2020

5:30 pm for 6pm start, refreshments will be served

Monash Medical Centre
Monash Health Translational Precinct (MHTP)
Seminar Room 1
TRF Building, Level 2 (near Nesso Café)
246 Clayton Rd
Clayton, VIC 3168

At this event we will also launch Monash University’s Digital and Data-Driven Innovation in
Healthcare Graduate Research Industry Partnership (GRIP).


Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR, pronounced ‘fire’) is the leading healthcare data exchange standard of the future. Our key note speaker, Grahame Grieve, the creator of this game changing technology will be joined by a panel of industry and IT specialists. After the keynote a Q and A session is encouraged.

Grahame Grieve is the FHIR Product Director at HL7. He travels the world giving lectures, guiding connectathons and advising governments, vendors and care providers about all aspects of interoperability.



Graduate Research Industry Partnerships (GRIPs) are our response to the rising demand for researchers with interdisciplinary capabilities and the readiness to apply their expertise to solving real-world problems in industry.

GRIPs bring together graduate researchers (PhD students) and academic leaders from various fields with external partners to explore an issue of global significance.

You can find out more about Monash University’s  Graduate Research Industry Partnership (GRIP) program, HERE.