DR Patrick Pang

DR Patrick Pang

Positions

  • Consumer Health Informatics
  • Digital Health
  • Health Information Needs
  • Healthcare IS
  • Information Systems

Overview

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  • Patrick Pang is an academic in the School of Computing and Information Systems at the Melbourne School of Engineering of the University of Melbourne, in where he works on teaching and research in IT and digital health, as well as improving the employability of students and managing internship programs.

    His research areas cover consumer health informatics, health information needs, information-seeking behaviour and information visualisation. He believes that the right information delivered by the right technology at the right time can change how people manage their well-being. His current work uses consumer-generated data to identify people's information needs and to help them make informed decisions.

    Apart from research, he has been teaching a range of subjects in the University, including web development, data warehousing, business analytics and participatory health. He also supervises projects of Master students in both IT and Health specialisations. As part of his role as the internship coordinator, he runs a number of lectures and workshops to improve the employability of IT students.

    For industry partners who seek to host our students as interns for a short period of time, you can learn more from our School’s website or simply get in touch by email.

    For Master students who look for project topics, please click here .   

Affiliation

Member of

  • Association of Information Systems (AIS). Member 2014 -
  • Health Informatics Society Australia (HISA). Member 2014 -

Publications

Selected publications

Awards

Education and training

  • PhD, University of Melbourne 2016
  • MSc, University of Macau 2011
  • BSc, University of Macau 2007

Linkages

Supervision

Available for supervision

  • Y

Supervision Statement

  • For Master students who look for project topics, please click here.

    Please note that I cannot supervise any PhD students at the moment.