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Webinar recording and slides now available: An overview of My Health Record for Clinical immunology/allergy specialists

23 June 2020:

MHR Overview webinar 16 June2020In this Webinar recording Dr Kathy Rainbird (Australian Digital Health Agency) and Dr William Smith (Clinical immunology/allergy specialist) explain how clinical immunology/allergy specialists can make the most of My Health Record in their clinical practice.

The Webinar took place on 16 June 2020 as part of a National Allergy Strategy Project to encourage more specialists to use My Health Record.

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