eJHI releases 9th issue online
The Electronic Journal of Health Informatics (eJHI) has released its latest issue, Volume 6, Number 1 (2011).
First published in 2006, eJHI is an open access international journal dedicated to the advancement of Health Informatics and information technology in healthcare.
Guest-edited by Vitali Sintchenko and Peter Croll, the current issue is a special issue on the 2009 Australian Health Informatics Conference (HIC). It includes an editorial on the Special Proceedings of the 2009 HIC, as well as a number of papers on a wide range of health informatics topics: "Building SNOMED CT References Sets for Use as Interface Terminologies" (P. Hansen, M.Giermanski, M. Dujmovic, J. Passenger & M. Lawley), "A Preliminary Investigation of an Integration Tool to Improve Access to Information Resources in Clinical Software" (J. Calabretto), "Patients and Health Care Providers' Concerns about the Privacy of Electronic Health Records: A Review of the Literature" (N. Shaw, A. Kulkarni & R. Mador), "A Preliminary Investigation of Complex Adaptive Systems as a Model for Explaining Organisational Change Caused by the Introduction of Health Information Systems" (K. Diment, P. Yu & K. Garrety), "Intensive Care Unit Nurse Workflow During Shift Change Prior to the Introduction of a Critical Care Clinical Information System" (N. Shaw, M. Ballermann, R. Hagtvedt, S. Ho, D. Mayes & N. Gibney), "Benefits Measurement from the Use of an Automated Anaesthetic Record Keeping System (AARK)" (Sue McLellan, M. Galvin & D. McMaugh), "Developing Measurements of the Quality of Electronic versus Paper-based Nursing Documentation in Aged Care Homes" (N. Wang, P. Yu, D. Hailey & D. Oxlade), "Efficacy of Electronic Discharge Summaries: A Case Study Demonstrating Early Results at Two Hospitals" (J. Forsythe, A. MacDonald, M. Strachan & D. Evans), "A SpatioTemporal Model for Seasonal Influenza" (S. Edlund, M. Bromberg, G. Chodick & J. Douglas) and "Dynamic Programming Algorithms for Discovery of Antibiotic Resistance in Microbial Genomes" (M.E. Helal & V. Sintchenko).
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