International Journal of Medical Informatics
This journal provides an international medium for dissemination of original results and interpretative reviews concerning the field of medical informatics, and it emphasizes the evaluation of systems in healthcare settings.
BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making
BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making is an Open Access, peer-reviewed journal that considers articles on relation to the design, development, implementation, use, and evaluation of health information technologies and decision-making within the healthcare setting.
Journal of Medical Internet Research
This is an open access journal focusing not only on medical sciences, but also computer, behavioral, social and communication sciences, as well as psychology, library sciences, informatics, human-computer interaction studies, and related fields.
Health Information and Libraries Journal
The scope of this journal encompasses educating and training health library and information workers, identifying health information needs and use, information technology and its application in healthcare settings, managing health information programmes and services in the changing environment, and outreach to healthcare providers as users of health information services.
Electronic Journal of Health Informatics
This journal aims to provide health care workers with a readily accessible, electronic vehicle for sharing information about research, knowledge, experiences, perceptions and wisdom with colleagues involved in all facets of health informatics and health information technology.
International Journal of Telemedicine and Applications
The overall aim of this journal is to bring together science and applications of medical practice and medical care at a distance as well as their supporting technologies such as, computing, communications, and networking technologies with emphasis on telemedicine techniques and telemedicine applications.
Open Medical Informatics Journal
This is an open access online journal, which publishes research articles, reviews, and letters in all areas of medical informatics.
Journal of Health Informatics in Developing Countries
Knowledge on health and medical informatics in developing countries is scarce. This health informatics journal has therefore been launched to focus on and promote research, experience and discussions related to health informatics in developing countries.
Health Information Management Journal
The Health Information Management Journal is a peer-reviewed journal. The Journal is committed to supporting a broad range of professional activities, stimulating discussion, and lobbying current professional and political. It seeks to contribute to the body of knowledge in health information management and to enhance the profile of health information managers through the promotion of national and international communication on topics relevant to information management in health.
eHealth International Journal
The eHealth International Journal provides a peer-reviewed vehicle for timely publication of scientific research on the application of information technology in medicine, medical care delivery, and public health.
Indian Journal of Medical Informatics
Indian Journal of Medical Informatics (IJMI) is an Open Access, peer-reviewed, online journal adopting a broad definition of "medical informatics" and focusing on the applied aspects of computers to healthcare delivery.
Online Journal of Public Health Informatics
The mission of this journal is to satisfy the growing need for public health informatics knowledge portal and knowledge base of best practices among health practitioners, researchers, educators, and policy makers in developed and developing countries. OJPHI also explores the socio-economic, ethical, and legal impacts of informatics applications in public health.
Online Journal of Nursing Informatics
The Online Journal of Nursing Informatics (OJNI) is a professional, refereed, electronic journal for healthcare professionals who are interested in nursing informatics. Topical areas covered deal with the theoretical and practical aspects of nursing informatics as it relates to the art of nursing.
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ICTs for e-Environment - Guidelines for Developing Countries, with a Focus on Climate Change
This report, ICTs for e-Environment, reviews key ICT trends and provides an overview of the impact that ICTs have on the environment and climate change as well as their role in helping mankind to mitigate and adapt to these changes. Intended as guidelines for developing countries, the report approaches the topic from a developmental perspective and is based on consultations with key actors and extensive online research. The ICTs for e-Environment report documents current activities and initiatives and makes a set of recommendations for strengthening the capacity of developing countries to make beneficial use of ICTs to mitigate and adapt to environmental change, including climate change.
E-Strategies Empowering Development
E-Strategies is about bringing sustainable, affordable improvements to the daily lives of ordinary people. Using ICTs as a cost-effective distribution channel for a wide range of services, the program targets concrete goals such as more efficient trading networks, more accessible communications, support for small business initiatives, good governance and better access to health and education.
Health Information on the Internet: A study of providers, quality and users
Author: Rowena Cullen
Cullen's book examines the extent of health information on the Internet, the providers of websites and their content, and outlines the nature of the paradigm shift affecting knowledge in the health sector.
E-Health, TeleHealth and Telemdeicine: A guide of Start- up and success
Authors: Marlene M. Maheu, Pamela Whitten, Ace Allen
Access the power of health care telecommunication technologies E-Health, Telehealth, and Telemedicine is a hands-on resource that shows how communication technologies can be designed, implemented, and managed to help health care professionals expand and transform their organizations. Step by step, the authors reveal how to introduce innovative communication tools to a wide range of health care settings. This indispensable book contains a wealth of information, suggestions, and advice about program development, ethical, legal and regulatory issues, and technical options. E-Health, Telehealth, and Telemedicine also includes illustrative examples of e-health, telehealth, and telemedicine models from successful health care organizations.
Introduction to Telemedicine
Authors: Richard Wootton, Victor Patterson
Introduction to Telemedicine is a very basic text structured towards healthcare organizations with little or no understanding of telemedicine. The text introduces the reader to the basics of the technology and common terms before thoroughly outlining important considerations to help create a sustainable telemedicine program. Well-known experts in the field independently write each chapter causing a great deal of repetition within the text, but this serves to enhance many of the important points.
Telemedicine and Telehealth: Principles, Policies, Performances and Pitfalls
Authors: Adam William Darkins, Margaret Ann Cary
The book gives background knowledge and useful tips on starting up and managing programs in an array of settings. Most importantly, the book is based on the recognition that patients are customers of health care and telemedicine companies developing new products vital to delivering care to rural or inaccessible clients is vital to health cares future.
Telehealth in the Developing World
Editors: Richard Wootton, Nivritti G. Patil, Richard E. Scott, and Kendall Ho
This book aims to redress the relative lack of published information on successful telehealth solutions in the developing world. It presents real-life stories from Asia, Africa, and Latin America. It is rich in practical experience and will be of interest to health professionals, development workers, and e-health and telehealth proponents interested in learning about, or contributing to the implementation of, appropriate solutions for 80% of the world’s population.
Telemedicine: A Guide to Assessing Telecommunication for Healthcare
Author: Marilyn J. Field
The book identifies managerial, technical, policy, legal, and human factors that must be taken into account in evaluating a telemedicine program. The committee reviews previous efforts to establish evaluation frameworks and reports on results from several completed studies of image transmission, consulting from remote locations, and other telemedicine programs.
Global Health Informatics Education
Authors: Evelyn J. S. Hovenga, John Mantas, J. Mantas
This book provides knowledge of the possibilities and limitations of systematically processing data, information and knowledge and of the resulting impact on quality decision-making.
Mobile Health Solutions for Developing Countries
This report provides useful information to everyone and especially to those who are preparing to introduce Mobile Health in their countries. Thus they may rely on experiences of others, will be aware of the benefits and problems that were encountered during or after implementation of Mobile systems or services, in order to avoid mistakes and to reduce potential problems.
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