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Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Medical Informatics & The Internet in Medicine, 32(1) 2007

Medical Informatics & The Internet in Medicine, 32(1) 2007

The latest edition of this journal has just been made available and includes some interesting articles including:

Electronic health records: Is the evidence base any use?
Authors: S. Clamp; J. Keen

Using artificial intelligence to bring evidence-based medicine a step closer to making the individual difference
Authors: B. Sissons; W. A. Gray; A. Bater; D. Morrey

Progress towards automated detection and characterization of the optic disc in glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy
Authors: R. A. Abdel-Ghafar; T. Morris

Integrating health information: A case study of a health information service for thalidomide survivors
Authors: Martin Johnson

Addressing the need for adaptable decision processes within healthcare software
Authors: P. Miseldine; A. Taleb-Bendiab; D. England; M. Randles

Use of OWL-based tools to aid message development and maintenance
Authors: Tom Marley; Alan Rector

Using Unified Modelling Language (UML) as a process-modelling technique for clinical-research process improvement
Authors: P. Kumarapeli; S. De Lusignan; T. Ellis; B. Jones

Using XML and XSLT for flexible elicitation of mental-health risk knowledge
Authors: C. D. Buckingham; A. Ahmed; A. E. Adams

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