An Information Age
Curriculum | Moving Curricula into the Information Age | John
Links and References
Evaluation Methods in Medical Informatics, BMJ
Medicine and Books
- When I wrote this book review of a quite good
book on evaluation, I also prefaced it with my
personal description of medical informatics.
- Bob Elson's 1997 ICSI presentation on approaches
to supporting clinical decision making.
- Diagnostic Decision
- A 1996 presentation of mine, which looked more at
classic "expert systems", and the
history of computer-assisted clinical decision
- Internet Medical
Records: A Tutorial
- This presentation focuses more on technical and
- IMR References
- A set of links and references related to the
Internet Medical Record.
Records and the Internet
- A presentation by Bob Elson, focus on management
issues, more oriented to physicians.
Support for Collaborative Learning
- Web Site for the Dec 1997 meeting in Toronto.
Topics are a good introduction to where current
Technology Research Institute
- This institute is just starting up as of Nov.
1997. "The new non-profit organization will
focus on software tools and instructional
methodologies designed both to add value to the
traditional classroom learning experience and
create affordable and effective learning
environments beyond the boundaries of the
traditional classroom, library, and laboratory.
- Informatics elements of a medical school
predoctoral managed care curriculum. Written in
May of 1996 it's slightly dated but has much
overlap with this material.
- About This Site
- This web site is a bit of an experiment in
designing for information reuse on the web.
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