Informatics in Primary Care is a journal of the Health Informatics Specialist Group of BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT. It publishes high-quality research papers, literature reviews and letters from both researchers and practitioners in the fields of health and clinical informatics and its focus is on informatics research from the front lines of health care.
We look to publish articles about how computers and information technology can be incorporated into clinical workflow, be used to measure quality and health outcomes. We are interested in how computerised medical records can better record the clinical status of patients and can be used to measure the quality, safety and efficiency of health care professionals and organisations – including primary care, hospital, mental health, and social and community care. The scope of the journal also includes integrated care and how genetic data might be used to enhance health care.
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Vol 22, No 1
Table of Contents
|Using information to deliver safer care: a mixed-methods study exploring general practitioners’ information needs in North West London primary care||HTML PDF|
|Nikolaos Mastellos, Josip Car, Azeem Majeed, Paul Aylin||207-213|
|Characteristics of electronic patient-provider messaging system utilisation in an urban health care organisation||HTML PDF|
|Sean Patrick Mikles, Thelma J Mielenz||214-221|
|Using the Internet as a source of information and support: a discussion paper on the risks and benefits for children and young people with long-term conditions||HTML PDF|
|A simple clinical coding strategy to improve recording of child maltreatment concerns: an audit study||HTML PDF|
|Andrew Peter McGovern, Jenny Woodman, Janice Allister, Jeremy van Vlymen, Harshana Liyanage, Simon Jones, Imran Rafi, Simon de Lusignan, Ruth Gilbert||227-234|
|Examining the symptom of fatigue in primary care: a comparative study using electronic medical records||HTML PDF|
|Kathryn Nicholson, Moira Stewart, Amardeep Thind||235-243|
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