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electronic Journal of Health Informatics (eJHI), Issue 8 Available

The electronic Journal of Health Informatics (eJHI) has just published its latest issue, Vol. 5, No. 2 (2010), at http://www.ejhi.net

This is the 8th issue of eJHI, and is the first issue to only include ‘normal’ papers, i.e. papers that were unsolicited and not part of a Special Issue.

Table of Contents

Editorial
Editorial on the 8th Issue of eJHI – the electronic Journal of Health Informatics
Sebastian Garde, Evelyn Hovenga

Papers
Human Interface Considerations for Ambient Assisted Living Systems
Jeffrey Soar, Judith Symonds
Miscoding Rates for Professional Anesthesia Billing: Trial Results – Software Solution
Robert A Henderson, Karen C Nielsen, Stephen M Klein, Ricardo Pietrobon
Computer Skills and the Training of Medical Students in a Ghanaian Medical School
Emmanuel Kusi Achampong, Kingsley K. A. Pereko
An Evaluation of Patient Usage of Computers to Manage Information Relevant to Diabetes Care
Michael Geoffrey Hill
The Fusion of Clinical Guidelines with Technology: Trends & Challenges
Candice Elizabeth MacDougall, Carolyn McGregor, Jennifer Percival
Pathology Results in the Electronic Health Record
John Francis Hamblin, Phillip Taderera Bwititi, Helen T Moriarty
An Examination of the Components that Increase Acceptance of Smartphones among Healthcare Professionals
Jengchung Chen, Yangil Park, Gavin Putzer

Further information about eJHI is available from the website, or from Sebastian Garde, Managing Editor (managing-editor@ejhi.net) and  Evelyn Hovenga, Chief Editor (chief-editor@ejhi.net).

eJHI is the official journal of the Health Informatics Society Australia (HISA) and the Australasian College of Health Informatics (ACHI).

December 8, 2010 - Posted by | Australia, journals | , ,

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