Murphy, J; (2004) Gaining support from health disciplines and other stakeholders. In: UNSPECIFIED (36 - 52).
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The Health industry employs health professionals from many disciplines all of whom need to have a basic understanding of health informatics principles and how information technologies may be used to improved health service delivery and patient/community/population health outcomes. This is not well understood by the workforce as a whole resulting in a low demand for health informatics education. Many health service managers and policy makers do not appreciate the power and potential usefulness of all health related information and the many technologies now available. This impacts on decisions regarding their acquisition, implementation and staff training/education support. This chapter includes recommended strategies on how to best overcome such knowledge deficits so that greater support for Health Informatics education is achieved.
|Title:||Gaining support from health disciplines and other stakeholders.|
|Keywords:||Attitude to Computers, Computer User Training, Financial Support, Great Britain, Health Care Sector, Health Personnel, Humans, Medical Informatics|
|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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