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Healthcare Database Management for Health Informatics and Information Management Students: Challenges and Instruction Strategies—Part 1

  title={Healthcare Database Management for Health Informatics and Information Management Students: Challenges and Instruction Strategies—Part 1},
  author={Ray Hales Hylock and Susie T. Harris},
In the first part of this two-part series, the methodology behind the creation of a graduate-level course in healthcare database systems at East Carolina University was presented. The distinction between healthcare and traditional database courses was examined, along with construction of content. Specifically, minimum and extended construct sets pertaining to database modeling and interrogation were defined, taking into consideration accreditation requirements and a desired level of skill. The… 
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