Volume 10, Number 1, March 2004
- Louise R. Guillaume, Peter A. Bath:
The Impact of Health Scares on Parents' Information Needs and Preferred Information Sources: A Case Study of the MMR Vaccine Scare.
- Leonidas Orfanidis, Panagiotis D. Bamidis, Barry Eaglestone:
Data Quality Issues in Electronic Health Records: An Adaptation Framework for the Greek Health System.
- Lars Höglund, Elena Maceviciute, T. D. Wilson:
Trust in Healthcare: An Information Perspective.
- Mark Hepworth, Janet Harrison:
A Survey of the Information Needs of People with Multiple Sclerosis.
- Lars Andersson, Greta Petersen, Per Johnson, Fredrik Ståhl:
Finding Genes Contributing to the Arthritis Phenotype by Comparing Rat and Human Genome Data.
- Y. W. Chow, T. Treasure, S. Gallivan:
Can the Internet Be Used to Collect Clinical Data for Research?
- Lennart Magnusson, Elizabeth Hanson:
Working with Older People and Their Carers to Research and Develop Responsive ICT Support Services.
Volume 10, Number 2, June 2004
- Julia Hippisley-Cox, Vicky Hammersley, Mike Pringle, Carol Coupland, N. Crown, L. Wright:
Methodology for Assessing the Usefulness of General Practice Data for Research in One Research Network.
- Michael Goddard, David Mowat, Christopher Corbett, Cordell Neudorf, Parminder Raina, Vic Sahai:
The Impacts of Knowledge Management and Information Technology Advances on Public Health Decision-Making in 2010.
- Peter A. Bath, David Clark, Michael Wright:
The International Observatory on End of Life Care (IOELC): An Information Resource for Palliative Care.
- Riitta Söderlund:
The Role of Information and Communication Technology in Home Services: Telecare Does not Satisfy the Needs of the Elderly.
- Stefan Ek:
Information Literacy as a Health Promoting Determinant.
- Trefor Roscoe, Pat Lane:
An Assessment Tool for Medical Informatics Skills.
Volume 10, Number 3, September 2004
- Rob Procter:
- Danielle L. Penn, Joan R. Burns, Andrew Georgiou, P. Gawaine Powell Davies, Mark F. Harris:
Evolution of a register recall system to enable the delivery of better quality of care in general practice.
- Joan R. Burns, Mary-Ann Bonney, P. Gawaine Powell Davies, Mark F. Harris:
Utilization of the CARDIAB®TM database system to promote quality of care in Australian general practice.
- Laurence Alpay, Pieter J. Toussaint, Nicole P. M. Ezendam, Ton A. J. M. Rövekamp, Wilco C. Graafmans, Rudi G. J. Westendorp:
Easing Internet access of health information for elderly users.
- Christopher W. Stokes, Cenwein Cannavina, Giuseppe Cannavina:
The state of readiness of student health professionals for web-based learning environments.
- Omnia Allam, Alex Gray, Steve McIntosh, David Morrey:
A systems approach to a deeper understanding of a cancer care domain.
- Rabiah Ahmad, Peter A. Bath:
The use of Cox regression and genetic algorithm (CoRGA) for identifying risk factors for mortality in older people.
- Taina Mäntyranta, Outi Elonheimo, Timo Klaukka, Seppo Koskinen, Jukka Mattila, Mika Vuori, Olli Nylander, Pekka Nikka, Hannu Rintanen, Mikko Nenonen:
A system of key indicators for needs assessment at local level: The Finnish network of information producers.
Volume 10, Number 4, December 2004
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- Rob Procter:
Special Issue Integrated care records: problems and solutions.
- Matthew B. Jones:
Learning the lessons of history? Electronic records in the United Kingdom acute hospitals, 1988-2002.
- Marilyn N. Kirshbaum:
Are we ready for the Electronic Patient Record? Attitudes and perceptions of staff from two NHS trust hospitals.
- Bob Sugden, Rob Wilson:
Integrated care and electronic transmission of prescriptions: experience of the evaluation of ETP pilots.
- Geraldine Fitzpatrick:
Integrated care and the working record.
- David Martin, John Mariani, Mark Rouncefield:
Implementing an HIS project: everyday features and practicalities of NHS project work.
- K. Neil Jenkings:
Problems encountered in integrated care records research.