From the International Medical Informatics Association

Journal of Health Informatics in Developing Countries [JHIDC]

The latest issue (volume 7:1, 2013) of the Journal of Health Informatics in Developing Countries [JHIDC] is available at

Focus and Scope: JHIDC publishes submissions on health informatics that relate to developing countries. The submissions have to be original articles. The objective of this journal is to share and promote academic knowledge in the field. One of its aims is also to encourage writers from developing countries to contribute their writings.

The current issue contains:

  • Investigating Ways in Which Open Educational Resources and Open Source Software can improve Productivity & Quality in the Health & Social Care Sector in the Island of Mauritius: A Concept Paper  – Smita GOORAH, Vimi GOORAH, Satish RAMCHURN
  • Design, Development and Implementation of a Touch-Screen Health Information Kiosk for Patients at the Outpatient Waiting Area in a Large Tertiary Care Hospital in India: An Evaluation of User Satisfaction  – Tony RAJ, Tinku SARAH, Dhinagaran D, Allen P. UGARGOL
  • Global standards and Local Applications: Case of Implementing ICD-10 Standard in HMIS Tajikistan  –  Murodillo Latifov ABDUSAMADOVICH

January 23, 2013 - Posted by | Africa, journals, Latin America | , ,

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