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GECOSAN: a platform of tools and services for health knowledge management

  title={GECOSAN: a platform of tools and services for health knowledge management},
  author={R. Tononi and Davide Zaccagnini and Nicola Capuano and Matteo Gaeta and Francesco J. Orciuoli},
On may 2002, the Italian Department of Research approved the financing of the project named "GECOSAN methods and tools for health knowledge management"; the project is coordinated by ENEA, one of the Italian major research institutions, and sees the participation of the Medical Department of the Second University of Naples, of San Filippo Neri Hospital System, CRMPA (Center for Research in Applied and Pure Mathematics), CETMA (Center for Design and Research in Advanced Materials). 
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