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  • After a successful MEDINFO in 1992, the Swiss Society for Medical Informatics hosts again a major event in medical informatics – the 19 th Medical Informatics Europe Conference, under the generic name of MIE2005. The host city, Geneva, is well known for its commitment in international healthcare, being the residence of several international organisations, including WHO. Geneva is also synonym with other major medical informatics achievements: the DIOGENE hospital information system and Natural Language Processing, both strongly connected to Geneva and its University Hospital...

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  • ’Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: To take care of the patients’: Qualitative analysis of Veterans Health Administration personnel experiences with a clinical informatics system

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  • Women’s health is composed of a broad range of both normal physiological events in a woman’s life, and conditions which occur as a result of abnormality of the genital tract and pregnancy. During the last century, the field of women’s health (and ill health) have rapidly changed and evolved as a clinical discipline. This is in part due to the changing roles and expectations of women.

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  • While computer systems to document nursing care have been in existence since at least the early 1960’s, it was only in the early 1980’s that we began to formally define and describe the emerging discipline of nursing informatics. Since those early days, nurses in many parts of the world have taken leading roles in exploring, implementing, researching and promoting the use of a range of increasingly computerised, and increasingly networked, technologies to support the delivery of nursing and all other aspects of healthcare.

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  • This book developed out of a course in laboratory informatics for residents in training in pathology and for fellows in the clinical laboratory sciences given over a period of years. The topics covered and the approach taken were strongly influenced by real-life experience. Pathology residents and clinical laboratory scientists, like the general population, vary greatly in familiarity with information issues in the laboratory and the computer system and infrastructure that supports an information system.

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  • The best way to learn about a subject, I now realise, is to write a book about it. Another good way is to teach it. In 1999, University College London (UCL) started a postgraduate programme in Health Informatics. As the programme director it was largely my responsibility to define the curriculum, a somewhat daunting task in a new and ill-defined subject.

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  • Women’s health is composed of a broad range of both normal physiological events in a woman’s life, and conditions which occur as a result of abnormality of the genital tract and pregnancy. During the last century, the field of women’s health (and ill health) have rapidly changed and evolved as a clinical discipline. This is in part due to the changing roles and expectations of women.

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  • (BQ) Part 2 book "Clinical chemistry - Quality in laboratory diagnosis" presents the following contents: Endocrine/tumor markers/special chemistry; laboratory information systems/informatics, laboratory safety, outreach testing.

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  • Patient safety has become an important theme of the research agenda in the course of the last decade, both throughout Europe and worldwide. Improving patient safety and the quality of healthcare poses many challenges, and information technology (IT) has always been seen as having the potential to support the measures necessary to address these. But the risk of adverse events is unfortunately rising alongside the increasing sophistication and maturity of the health IT systems incorporated into the hospital environment. One major source of such errors is related to medication, i.e.

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  • This book series was started in 1990 to promote research conducted under the auspices of the EC programmes’ Advanced Informatics in Medicine (AIM) and Biomedical and Health Research (BHR) bioengineering branch. A driving aspect of international health informatics is that telecommunication technology, rehabilitative technology, intelligent home technology and many other components are moving together and form one integrated world of information and communication media. The complete series has been accepted in Medline. Volumes from 2005 onwards are available online....

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  • Research and development in bioengineering and medical technology, conducted during recent decades, have led to spectacular progress in clinical medicine. These achievements have triggered an enormous increase in the number of courses offered in the areas of bioengineering, clinical technology and medical informatics; nowadays, most major universities offer curricula oriented towards these fields. The majority of participants however come from engineering backgrounds and so modules dealing with basic biological and medical sciences have been included.

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  • The Guidelines Review Group of the Yale Center for Medical Informatics used GEM-COGS, 28 the guideline implementability appraisal and extractor software, to ap- praise adherence of the draft guideline to methodologic standards, to improve clarity of recommendations, and to predict potential obstacles to implementation. Panel mem- bers received summary appraisals in March 2007 and mod- ified an advanced draft of the guideline. The final draft practice guideline underwent extensive external peer review. Comments were compiled and re- viewed by the group chairperson.

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  • Health and Quality of Life Outcomes BioMed Central Research Open Access The development and preliminary validation of a Preference-Based Stroke Index (PBSI) Lise Poissant*1, Nancy E Mayo2, Sharon Wood-Dauphinee3 and Ann E Clarke4 Address: 1McGill University, Health Informatics Research Group, 1140 Pine Ave West, Montreal, Quebec, H3A 1A3, Canada, 2McGill University, Division of Clinical Epidemiology, Royal Victoria Hospital, R4.

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  • Currently only a few European centres are able to deal with the large volume of omics data. At omics level, the challenges include storage, handling and integration of large volumes of data necessitating efforts on data standardisation and the introduction of innovative informatics solutions. Current medical coding systems are generally reimbursement-driven and are therefore of limited value for research studies.

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  • Medicine, health care and the wider social meaning and management of health are undergoing major changes. In part, this reflects developments in science and technology, which enable new forms of diagnosis, treatment and the delivery of health care. It also reflects changes in the locus of care and burden of responsibility for health. Today, genetics, informatics, imaging and integrative technologies, such as nanotechnology, are redefining our understanding of the body, health and disease; at the same time, health is no longer simply the domain of conventional medicine, nor the clinic....

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