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The authors used a fifteen item survey to canvass 200 health care professionals in the United States and Scotland about their attitudes toward the potential utility of a DNA biobank. Results indicate a broadly favorable opinion in both locations. This finding seems to support further development of such a tool.
A building program for a 400-bed hospital library was developed by formulating a list of questions that would help to clarify an understanding of the library's needs, by visiting nearby libraries in similar institutions, and by preparing a program planning guide.
In our 20 months of planning at the University of Cincinnati, we have recognized that IAIMS is intangible: IAIMS is a concept which, at first, can only be visualized, talked about, thought about, and planned for. We have also seen that it is not just an evolving concept but also a continuous process and, in all likelihood, it will remain a continuous… (More)
The International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA) is the only organization in health and biomedical informatics which is fully international in scope, bridging the academic, health practice, education, and health industry worlds through conferences, working groups, special interest groups and publications. Authored by the IMIA Interim Vice President… (More)
A. Geissbuhler1, E. Ammenwerth2, N. Lorenzi3, S. Miksch4 1Department of Imaging and Medical Informatics, Geneva University Hospitals, Geneva, Switzerland 2Institute for Health Information Systems, UMIT, University for Health Sciences, Medical Informatics and Technology, Hall in Tyrol, Austria 3Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN, USA 4Danube… (More)