Geoffrey Sayer is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Digital Health (AIDH)

Geoffrey Sayer is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Digital Health (AIDH)

Geoffrey Sayer is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Digital Health (AIDH).

“I feel very honoured and privileged to work with so many wonderful people who have made real differences in people’s lives. Leading is made much easier with people wanting to help make a change,” said Sayer.

Recognising Leadership in Digital Health

The AIDH Fellowship recognises “outstanding professional accomplishment in digital health and health informatics.” A fellowship acknowledges education, experience, and an individual’s impact on the health sector.

A Fellow is the highest category of professional attainment bestowed by the Australasian Institute of Digital Health. Fellows of the Institute are national and international thought leaders, experts, and trusted advisers in the digital health movement.

About AIDH

The Australian Institute of Digital Health (AIDH) is a not-for-profit organisation that holds a calendar of events, including educational speakers, networking, and a major scientific conference.  

The institute was formed in 2020 when Members and Fellows voted to merge the Health Informatics Society of Australia (HISA) and the Australasian College of Health Informatics (ACHI), Australia’s leading organisations in health informatics and digital health.

Its three priority areas are leadership and advocacy, workforce advancement, and community engagement to support its vision of “healthier lives, digitally enabled.”


Find out more about the AIDH Fellowship Programme.