groupJulie Wilson

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On a dull and cold Friday afternoon in August 2010 at the end of a busy but uneventful week, my colleague Jane and I were lamenting our feeling of doing a good job but not really feeling as though we’d ‘made a difference’.So, as we did on so many other Friday afternoons, we jumped onto the Health Information Management Association of Australia (HIMAA) website to check the job vacancies. Jane jokingly said, ‘Oh here’s a good one for you Jules, they’re looking for a Health Information Manager in Cambodia’. I laughed it off but was immediately intrigued and couldn’t wait to get home to check it out. By the time my husband arrived home, I was convinced that I really wanted, but more needed, to do this job.

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