Vol 6, No 4 (2011): Special Issue on the Advances in Health Informatics Conference (AHIC 2010)

Special Issue on the Advances in Health Informatics Conference (AHIC 2010), guest-edited by Mark Ballermann and Nicola Shaw.

Table of Contents

Editorial

Advances in Health Informatics Conference (AHIC 2010) The Realities of eHealth. April 2010 PDF
Mark Ballermann, Nicola Shaw, Dominic Covvey, Shirley Fenton e27

Special Issue Papers

Participatory Development via User-Involvement - A Case Study about the development of a Web-based Patient-communication system about Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus PDF
Lisette van Gemert-Pijnen, Joyce Karreman, Susanne Vonderhorst, Fenne Verhoeven, Jobke Wentzel e28
The Norwegian Coordination Reform and the Role of Electronic Collaboration PDF
Vigdis Heimly, Jacob Hygen e29
Project Management Characteristics and Education for eHealth Students PDF
Norm Archer e30
From Troubleshooting to EMR Optimization: IT Support in a General Practice Setting PDF
Marianne Tolar, Ellen Balka e31
Collaborative Geomatics for Innovation in Health Research and Policy PDF
Don Cowan, Paulo Alencar, Fred McGarry, Daniel McCarthy e32
Effective Healthcare Reform Must Include a Patient Perspective PDF
Kevin J Leonard, Sandra Dalziel e33
Cross-Canada EMR Case Studies: Analysis of Physicians’ Perspectives on Benefits and Barriers PDF
Grace Paterson, Nicola Shaw, Andrew M Grant, Elisabeth Delisle, Kevin Leonard, Shelby Mitchell Corley, Maryan McCarrey, Bill Pascal, Nancy Kraetschmer e34
What are Canadian Medical Students Learning about Health Informatics? PDF
Katrina F Hurley, Brett Taylor, Paul Postuma, Grace Paterson e35
Informatics Innovation in Clinical Care: A Visionary Scenario for Dentistry PDF
Titus Karl Ludwig Schleyer, Thankam Paul Thyvalikakath, Asim Smailagic e36


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