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Getting Health Informatics into the Medical Curriculum

Murphy, J; (2003) Getting Health Informatics into the Medical Curriculum. In: (Proceedings) Seminar, Medical Education Department, University of Sheffield. : Sheffield.

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Abstract

13 April 2003 Paper summarises findings from RHIED study, a national study funded by DoH to look at teaching of IT and Health informatics in undergraduate and post graduate programmes for doctors and nurses. Results of the study give a clear indication as to where we are at present and what's holding up progress. In view of the investment taking place in IT, it is essential to find a way to embed informatics into the curriculum.

Type:Proceedings paper
Title:Getting Health Informatics into the Medical Curriculum
Event:Seminar, Medical Education Department, University of Sheffield
Dates:4003-04-13
Keywords:Health Informatics Education, Research Project, Medical Education
UCL classification:UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Population Health Sciences > Institute of Epidemiology and Health Care > CHIME

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