FEDIP Launches a Centralised Database for Standardised Job Roles – Your Chance to Shape the Future!
THE FEDIP JOB PROFILE DATABASE IS LIVE
better health and care
The FEDIP register allows informatics professionals in health and care to become professionally registered.
You can apply to become registered through the following member bodies of FEDIP; AphA, BCS, CILIP and IHRIM.
You can use your FEDIP credentials to demonstrate your skills to colleagues and employers and help shape informatics for the future.
The FEDIP Hub provides training and support to advance your career in informatics.
Read more about the benefits of FEDIP registration in our brochure.
BECOME A REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL
ACCESS THE FEDIP LEARNING HUB
JOIN THE PRACTITIONER COMMUNITY
The Federation for Informatics Professionals, FEDIP, is the only public register for all informatics professionals in the UK dedicated to delivering better health and care through the advanced use of technology.
Now, more than ever, we need to have our NHS colleagues working in digital being recognised for the life-changing work they do to support front-line staff.
By evidencing and validating your skill and knowledge, we can begin to shape the face of digital transformation in health and care, increase the public's awareness of informatics and create a better healthcare system for you, your family and for society.
The FEDIP Hub
Access our catalogue of learning materials, your personal CPD record and community forum.
Available to all health and care informatics professionals.
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The Future of The Profession
The future challenges of modern health and care need to be met with the widespread adoption of digital technologies and techniques. We know that creating a transformational shift in the digital and informatics infrastructure has never been more critical.
The consultation has helped us to learn more about those working in informatics in Health and Care, their current roles, the current support available for informatics professionals, their views on Professional Bodies and what professionals would like to see in the future.
We would like to invite you to read the consultation analysis and contribute your thoughts on the future of the profession.