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International Journal of Medical Informatics, Volume 80, Issue 1 – eTOC

International Journal of Medical Informatics is an official journal of IMIA.

Volume 80, Issue 1 (Pages 1-74 – January 2011) is available at:
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/13865056

1. Factors that influence public engagement with eHealth: A literature review
Review Article, Pages 1-12
Nicholas R. Hardiker, Maria J. Grant

2. A comprehensive RFID solution to enhance inpatient medication safety
Original Research Article Pages 13-24
Pedro Peris-Lopez, Agustin Orfila, Aikaterini Mitrokotsa, Jan C.A. van der Lubbe

3. Effect of a nursing information system on the quality of information processing in nursing: An evaluation study using the HIS-monitor instrument
Original Research Article Pages 25-38
Elske Ammenwerth, Franz Rauchegger, Frauke Ehlers, Bernhard Hirsch, Christine Schaubmayr

4. Perceptions of e-prescribing efficiencies and inefficiencies in ambulatory care
Original Research Article Pages 39-46
Kate L. Lapane, Rochelle K. Rosen, Catherine Dubé

5. Exploring practice variation in preventive pressure-ulcer care using data from a clinical data repository
Original Research Article Pages 47-55
InSook Cho, Hyeoun-Ae Park, Eunja Chung

6. An exploratory study of a text classification framework for Internet-based surveillance of emerging epidemics
Original Research Article Pages 56-66
Manabu Torii, Lanlan Yin, Thang Nguyen, Chand T. Mazumdar, Hongfang Liu, David M. Hartley, Noele P. Nelson

7. Detection of pneumonia using free-text radiology reports in the BioSense system
Original Research Article Pages 67-73
Armenak Asatryan, Stephen Benoit, Haobo Ma, Roseanne English, Peter Elkin, Jerome Tokars

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