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Madle, G; Kostkova, P; Mani-Saada, J; Roy, A; (2006) Lessons learned from evaluation of the use of the National electronic Library of Infection. Health Informatics Journal , 12 (2) pp. 137-151. 10.1177/1460458206063809. Green open access
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Robinson, J; de Lusignan, S; Kostkova, P; Madge, B; Marsh, A; Biniaris, C; (2006) The Primary Care Electronic Library: RSS feeds using SNOMED-CT indexing for dynamic content delivery. Informatics in Primary Care , 14 (4) pp. 247-252. 10.14236/jhi.v14i4.636. Green open access
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Roy, A; Kostkova, P; Catchpole, M; Carson, E; (2006) Web-based provision of information on infectious diseases: a systems study. Health Informatics Journal , 12 (4) pp. 274-292. 10.1177/1460458206069760. Green open access
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Schroeder, M; Burger, A; Kostkova, P; Stevens, R; Habermann, B; Dieng-Kuntz, R; (2006) Sealife: A Semantic Grid Browser for the Life Sciences Applied to the Study of Infectious Diseases. Challenges and Opportunities of HealthGrids , 120 pp. 167-178. Green open access
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Proceedings paper

Robinson, J; de Lusignan, S; Kostkova, P; Madge, B; (2006) Using UMLS to map from a Library to a Clinical Classification: Improving the Functionality of a Digital Library. In: Bos, L and Roa, L and Yogesan, K and OConnell, B and Marsh, A and Blobel, B, (eds.) Medical and Care Compunetics 3. (pp. pp. 86-95). IOS Press Green open access
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Robinson, J; de Lusignan, S; Kostkova, P; Madge, B; Southgate, L; (2006) Specific classification of elibrary resources says more about users' preferences. In: Hasman, A and Haux, R and VanderLei, J and DeClercq, E and France, FHR, (eds.) Ubiquity: Technologies for Better Health in Aging Societies. (pp. pp. 719-724). IOS Press: Univ Hamburg, Maastricht, Netherland. Green open access
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Schroeder, M; Burger, A; Kostkova, P; Stevens, R; Haberman, R; Dieng-Kuntz, R; (2006) From a Service-based eScience Infrastructure to a Semantic Web for the Life Sciences: The Sealife Project. In: Proceedings of the Distributed Applications, Web Services, Tools and GRID Infrastructures for Bioinformatics. Network Tools and Applications in Biology (NETTAB) Green open access
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