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In 2014, I was approached to nominate to be a member of the proposed Global Health Workforce Council (GHWC), a “diverse group of health information leaders from around the world whose purpose is to oversee the development of an internationally applicable health information curricula and competency standards” (AHIMA Foundation, (n.d.). I was fortunate enough to be considered sufficiently experienced to be accepted as a member, representing the Western Pacific region. The GWHC has 13 appointed members representing various regions of the world and is aimed at ensuring equitable representation and expertise in health information management, health informatics and health information and communications technology.


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