The relationships I formed during MHI are priceless. I have gained lifetime friends, mentors, and industry connections who have propelled me not only in my career but also in my personal life.
Claudia Lee joined the Master of Health Informatics (MHI) program to gain knowledge from industry experts and establish connections with faculty, peers, and the broader IHPME community. Lee shares joining a collaborative community and expanding her professional network with leaders in the industry was an opportunity she could not pass up.
“The relationships I formed during MHI are priceless,” says Lee. “I have gained lifetime friends, mentors, and industry connections who have propelled me not only in my career but also in my personal life.”
MHI is a unique offering, and one of the few programs in Canada that provides graduate learning in health informatics. The program reflects the latest innovations in digital health research and combines this with management, policy, and health system leadership. This combination emphasizes the importance of innovative and critical thinking necessary to address complex issues emerging within the healthcare sector.
“The MHI program taught me to always be curious and ask questions,” says Lee. “This has helped me immensely in my career as I am able to challenge the status quo and bring new ideas to the table.”
Lee currently works in technology consulting, in a diverse rose that delivers enterprise solutions and supports clients on their IT transformation journey. She shares MHI provides the support necessary for career advancement in diverse fields.
“Studying at IHPME will be a decision you won’t regret,” says Lee. “Your path may not be straightforward or linear, but the IHPME faculty, staff, and alumni network are always there to guide you and cheer you on!”