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Health and Medical Informatics Education in Europe : Studies in Health Technology and Informatics - J. Mantas

Health and Medical Informatics Education in Europe

Studies in Health Technology and Informatics

By: J. Mantas (Editor), Arie Hasman (Editor)

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After the success of the first two books with the proceedings of the newly established series of European conferences in Health Telematics Education the third one gives a new dimension in the field of Health and Medical Informatics Education in Europe. It deals with the needs and the current status in Health Telematics Education in Europe, with curriculum development in Health- Medical and Nursing Informatics, with development of courseware material, computer based training and computer assisted learning. Also distance learning and Internet applications, training in using Hospital Information Systems (HIS) and Departmental Information Systems, Inter-University programmes and accreditation of courses are discussed.

Preface and Acknowledgementsp. vii
HTE'98 3rd European Conference on Health Telematics Educationp. 1
Keynote Addresses
Global Health Informatics Educationp. 3
Problem-based Education and Health Informaticsp. 15
Computer-based -Training Software Package Dealing with Nursing Information Systems for Nursing Practice - A Nightingale Productp. 24
Health and Medical Informatics Curriculum Development
The Medical Informatics Curriculum at the University of Heidelberg/School of Technology Heilbronn: New Developments in its 5th Revisionp. 30
M.Sc. course in Health Informatics - An Inter-University Cooperation Succes Story in Greecep. 40
Switzerland: New Medical Informatics Curriculump. 46
Health and Nursing Informatics Curriculum
New Nursing Informatics Curriculum--An Outcome from the Nice projectp. 51
Past, Present and Future of Health and Nursing Informatics Education at Noordelijke Hogeschool Leeuwardenp. 57
A Coherent Approach to Health Informatics Education: Results of the Dutch Curriculum Projectp. 66
Critical Social Theory as a Model for the Informatics Curriculum for Nursingp. 71
The Situation of Teaching Nursing Informatics in Nursing Educationp. 77
The SIP Project: A National United Approach to Nursing Informatics Education in Denmarkp. 83
Health Informatics Training of Healthcare Professionals
A Regulated Telemedicine System for Day to Day Application in Remote Areasp. 91
Developing and delivering courses using a virtual classroom environment Results of the Talent projectp. 99
A Prototype design of Cardiological Computerized Nursing Care Plans for an Electronic Patient Care Recordp. 107
The MuPSi Project--A Learning Environment for Multiprofessional Collaborationp. 113
General or Specific--the Internet Pandemoniump. 123
Computerised Coordinated Care System in the Rise Projectp. 130
Information Dissemination and Training: Two key Issues for Consolidating and Strengthening the Results of Health Telematic Projectsp. 137
Simulation Technologies
Development of a Contextual Computer-Based Nursing Simulationp. 144
Simulation Model for Educating the General public for the Aids Epidemicp. 153
Analysis, Modelling and Simulation of Information Systems as part of the Medical Informatics Program at Heidelberg/Heilbronnp. 162
Galen-in-Use: Application in Greek and Influences on Educationp. 170
Telematics Technologies in Education
A Framework for the Creation of User-Oriented Medical Textbooks on the World-Wide-Webp. 172
The "Mictrid" Concept in the Educational Offer for Medical Informatics a Telemedicine at the Politecnico di Milanop. 181
Educating Nurse Practitioners as Primary Health Care Providers Via Distance Learning Using the World Wide Webp. 196
Health Telematics in Postgraduate Studyp. 205
Health Telematics Training Network (Healthnet)p. 211
Implementation Experiences, Administrative and Financial Issues
The Process of Implementationp. 217
The Process of Charging Medical Tests, Drugs and Materials in an Integrated H.I.S.: Problems and Challengesp. 223
Security of Electronic Patient Record and Educationp. 232
Health Insurance Record: An Additional Educational Tool in Teaching Health Insurancep. 238
Data Protection - an Eternal Questionp. 248
Knowledge-based Approaches in Education
Learning Health Informatics and Telematics by web_DKN based knowledge construction and discoveryp. 254
Information and Knowledge Extraction from Medical Textsp. 260
Nightingale Workshop in 1998p. 271
The Nightingale Educators' group Workshop, held on 14 November, in Leuven, Belgiump. 273
Author Indexp. 277
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ISBN: 9789051994247
ISBN-10: 9051994249
Series: Studies in Health Technology and Informatics
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 400
Publisher: IOS Press
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.0 x 16.51  x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.66
Edition Number: 1