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Eclectic news and views on health informatics and elearning, by Rod Ward & colleagues. UK bias but worldwide coverage. If you want to join the membership so that you can post comments - just let me know rod@rodspace.co.uk Return to lastest posts



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2010-03-10T02:42:53.537Z

Just saw a beautiful demo of Emota: emotional networking. Think isolated seniors, caregivers, family far away. Brilliant http://su.pr/1rnNux



ITCH 2011

2010-03-03T09:13:53.694Z

I've just heard about the Information Technology and Communications in Health (ITCH) which will be held February 24 - 27, 2011, Inn at Laurel Point, Victoria, BC Canada.I'd not heard of this conference before but the current call for papers looks interesting.Health Informatics: International Perspectives is the working theme for the 2011 international conference. Health informatics is now a



Commission on the Future of Nursing and Midwifery calls for the development and use of new technologies.

2010-03-03T09:05:36.368Z

The report of the Prime Minister’s Commission on the Future of Nursing and Midwifery in England sets out the way forward for the future of the professions which was published yesterday, calls for the establishment of a "high-level group to determine how to build nursing and midwifery capacity to understand and influence the development and use of new technologies. It must consider how pre- and



Mobile apps, services vendor rolls out a new healthcare division | MobileHealthWatch

2010-02-22T22:34:37.941Z

Mobile apps, services vendor rolls out a new healthcare division MobileHealthWatch



Mobile apps, services vendor rolls out a new healthcare division | MobileHealthWatch

2010-02-22T22:34:35.283Z

Mobile apps, services vendor rolls out a new healthcare division MobileHealthWatch



Cell-Phone Medicine Brings Care To Patients In Developing Nations

2010-02-18T02:05:25.071Z

http://content.healthaffairs.org/cgi/content/full/29/2/259



New Health Informatics Specialist Workforce Development Strategy for England

2010-02-09T20:38:33.568Z

A new Health Informatics Specialist Workforce Development Strategy for England is being developed, based on research and intelligence gathered from across the NHS and other key stakeholder groups and organisations. The aim is to have a draft ready for consultation in May/June 2010. To help inform the content and to test out ideas and assumptions, two workshops are to take place aiming to bring



Data Standards and Terminologies Masterclass

2010-02-09T11:20:49.446Z

The Yorkshire Centre for Health Informatics (YCHI) has recently won a grant proposal from the UK Faculty of Health Informatics to explore how data standards and terminologies are being used in education. We will be running a one-day masterclass event on Thursday, 11th March 2010, where we hope to attract participants from academe, industry and the NHS to discuss their experiences of data



Could video calling make iPads a healthcare contender? | MobileHealthWatch

2010-02-04T01:36:40.152Z

Could video calling make iPads a healthcare contender? MobileHealthWatch



Give Nurses A Bigger Role In Improving Health Care - Kaiser Health News

2010-01-20T16:56:45.156Z

Give Nurses A Bigger Role In Improving Health Care - Kaiser Health News



"Are Your Ears Burning?- 20 Tools for Tracking Social Media Marketing"

2010-01-15T02:12:05.926Z

Are Your Ears Burning?- 20 Tools for Tracking Social Media



Guy Kawasaki's foreword for Presentation Zen

2010-01-15T01:03:20.016Z

Check out this SlideShare Presentation: I am as guilty as the resr when it comes to ppthttp://om.ly/eExb



Denmark Leads the Way in Digital Care - NYTimes.com

2010-01-15T00:20:27.622Z

Interesting article on how Denmark Leads the Way in Digital Care, from the NYTimes.com



Revised IMIA Education Recommendations Published

2010-01-14T16:43:26.257Z

Revised IMIA Education Recommendations PublishedThe International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA) have recently published revised recommendations on Education in Biomedical and Health Informatics. It can be downloaded from the Schattauer web siteThe 16 page document is the culmination of several years work by experts from around the world and provides the first update since the IMIA



Clinical Education and Development Lead to develop and lead the ‘Embedding Informatics Clinical Education’ (eICE) programme

2010-01-13T11:01:14.658Z

Clinical Education and Development Lead to develop and lead the ‘Embedding Informatics Clinical Education’ (eICE) programmeNHS Connecting for Health (or whatever their acronym is this week) are re-advertising the vacancy for a one year secondment to the post of Clinical Education and Development Lead to develop and lead the ‘Embedding Informatics Clinical Education’ (eICE) programme of work. The



Innovation

2009-12-02T23:17:25.893Z

http://supernovahub.com/2009/12/supernova-interview-phil-mckinney-of-hp-on-innovation/



NHS Clinical Informatics Best Practice Marketplace

2009-12-01T09:18:38.730Z

THE NHS CLINICAL INFORMATICS BEST PRACTICE MARKET PLACEAn opportunity to share innovations and experiences in the field of clinical informatics that can make a real difference to patient care25th March 2010 Waterside, Watershed, Bristolwww.watershed.co.uk/conference/A collaboration between: The University of the West of England, UK Faculty of Health Informatics and Bristol Royal Children’s



NHS hospitals performance debates and league tables

2009-11-30T10:26:26.714Z

A report in yesterdays Observer Eleven more NHS hospitals at centre of safety scandal based on research by the Dr Foster organisation has escalated controversy about how hospitals should be judged, with underlying debates about monitoring techniques and the quality of data supporting the indicators on which these are based.I have been critical of the relationship between Dr Foster and the NHS



Cerner attempted "suppression" of a critical report

2009-11-30T09:23:13.433Z

A story entitled "Claim of censorship over Cerner system" in Computer Weekly has alerted me (and probably many others) to a report, by Professor Jon Patrick from Australia - The Story of the Deployment of an ED Clinical Information System6.0.pdf which is critical of Cerner FirstNet.The paper presents an international and historical overview of comments about Cerner software implementations in a



Research and publication sharing networks

2009-11-24T12:24:09.229Z

A colleague today invited me to join Mendeley a web and desktop application which helps to organise, share, and discover research papers.I tried it out (as I often do when told about these sorts of applications) and I particularly liked the easy way to import references and whole papers from Google Scholar, publishers sites and electronic journals, with one click. This makes building an



Evaluating eHealth: How to make evaluation more methodologically robust

2009-11-24T12:13:48.277Z

Evaluating eHealth: How to make evaluation more methodologically robust is a new paper just published by the Open Access Public Library of Science.The authors point out the necessity for evaluation of eHealth computer systems and the difficulties such evaluation will encounter. "There is a consensus about the evaluation of clinical treatments, such as drugs, in which randomized control trials are



http://www.healthcareitnews.com/news/google-health-adds-telehealth-services-mix

2009-10-09T17:39:02.062+01:00

http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.healthcareitnews.com%2Fnews%2Fgoogle-health-adds-telehealth-services-mix&h=40d6796e40ede0c03ef6744b295202ca



HI Now - NI2009 special

2009-10-02T20:49:45.223+01:00

The latest edition of HI Now from the British Computer Society has now been published and is available in PDF from http://www.bcs.org//upload/pdf/hinow-sep09.pdf It has a special focus on the Nursing Informatics conference with reports on:Sensory enhanced health information systemsThe related concepts of consumer oriented and drivenhealthcare services, and the increasing relevance ofhome and



New hardware for GP consultations - research participants required

2009-09-28T09:40:30.445+01:00

At City University London we are running a small study to explore the potential for new hardware technologies, such as tablet PCs and tabletop computers, to be used in GP consultations. We are looking to recruit London-based General Practitioners (GPs) and General Practice Registrars (GPRs) to take part in simulated consultations.It is expected that participation will take no more than an hour.