New Zealand general practice computerisation; attitudes and reported behaviour.

Abstract

AIMS To gather information from general practitioners regarding aspects of computerisation including whether certain tasks should be computerised and whether those tasks were in fact computerised at their practice. METHODS Five hundred general practitioners randomly selected throughout New Zealand were sent a postal survey in May 1995. Results were then… (More)

Topics

Cite this paper

@article{Thakurdas1996NewZG, title={New Zealand general practice computerisation; attitudes and reported behaviour.}, author={P Thakurdas and Gregor D Coster and Ebrhard Gurr and Bruce Arroll}, journal={The New Zealand medical journal}, year={1996}, volume={109 1033}, pages={419-22} }