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de Lusignan, Simon

  • Vol 21, No 4 - Research article
    An integrated organisation-wide data quality management and information governance framework: theoretical underpinnings
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  • Vol 6, No. 2 - Research article
    The Case for Integration of JANET and NHSnet: a pragmatic proposal for its implementation
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  • Vol 7, No. 1 - Research article
    The Doctor's Desk One vision of how to deliver the future information and communication needs of General Practice
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  • Vol 10, No. 2 - Research article
    The Primary Care National electronic Library for Health (NeLH-PC): a pilot of information-centred knowledge management for primary care - www.nelh-pc.nhs.uk
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  • Vol 10, No. 2 - Research article
    Paperless practices: a report from a research network
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  • Vol 10, No. 4 - Research article
    The confidence and competence of community nurses in using information and communications technology and in accessing clinical evidence through electronic libraries and databases
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  • Vol 11, No 2 - Research article
    Three steps to data quality
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  • Vol 11, No 3 - Short report
    Moving to paperlessness: a case study from a large general practice
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  • Vol 11, No 3 - Short report
    Using three-channel video to evaluate the impact of the use of the computer on the patient-centredness of the general practice consultation
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  • Vol 13, No 1 - Research article
    Codes, classifications, terminologies and nomenclatures: definition, development and application in practice
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  • Vol 13, No 1 - Commentary
    Web-based health applications provide useful and cost-effective tools; however, they should include key clinical variables and incorporate a coding or classification system
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  • Vol 13, No 3 - Editorial
    Is the time right for direct entry into a career in health and biomedical informatics?
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  • Vol 13, No 4 - Short report
    The Primary Care Electronic Library (PCEL) five years on: open source evaluation of usage
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  • Vol 13, No 4 - Short report
    A system of metadata to control the process of query, aggregating, cleaning and analysing large datasets of primary care data
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  • Vol 14, No. 1 - Research article
    Does a higher 'quality points' score mean better care in stroke? An audit of general practice medical records
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  • Vol 14, No. 1 - Research article
    Routinely-collected general practice data are complex, but with systematic processing can be used for quality improvement and research
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  • Vol 14, No. 2 - Research article
    Online resources for chronic kidney disease (CKD) for primary care
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  • Vol 14, No. 2 - Short report
    The optimum granularity for coding diagnostic data in primary care: report of a workshop of the EFMI Primary Care Informatics Working Group at MIE 2005
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  • Vol 14, No. 3 - Editorial
    Breaking the first law of informatics: the Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF) in the dock
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  • Vol 14, No. 3 - Short report
    Routinely collected general practice data: goldmines for research? A report of the European Federation for Medical Informatics Primary Care Informatics Working Group (EFMI PCIWG) from MIE2006, Maastricht, The Netherlands
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  • Vol 14, No. 4 - Research article
    The Primary Care Electronic Library: RSS feeds using SNOMED-CT indexing for dynamic content delivery
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  • Vol 14, No. 4 - Commentary
    Quality of smoking data in GP computer systems in the UK
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  • Vol 15, No 3 - Research article
    Variation in clinical coding lists in UK general practice: a barrier to consistent data entry?
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  • Vol 15, No 3 - Research article
    UK and Croatia: family practice, its medical records and computerisation in the context of an enlarged Europe
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  • Vol 15, No 3 - Short report
    Relearning the lessons about the implementation of information systems in primary care: a report from the European Federation for Medical Informatics (EFMI) Special Topic Conference 2007 in Croatia
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  • Vol 15, No 4 - Research article
    The feasibility of using UML to compare the impact of different brands of computer system on the clinical consultation
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  • Vol 15, No 4 - Short report
    Achieving benefit for patients in primary care informatics: the report of a international consensus workshop at Medinfo 2007
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  • Vol 16, No 1 - Editorial
    Developing primary care informatics
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  • Vol 16, No 1 - Other
    Prescribing support software recommends more expensive prescriptions
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  • Vol 16, No 1 - Other
    Change of Editor
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  • Vol 16, No 2 - Editorial
    UK's National Programme for IT welcomes recommendation for a more sociotechnical approach to evaluation: a commentary on the Greenhalgh evaluation of the summary care record
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  • Vol 16, No 2 - Research article
    Measuring the impact of different brands of computer systems on the clinical consultation: a pilot study
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  • Vol 16, No 3 - Editorial
    Autumn issue of Informatics in Primary Care: extending our understanding and the case for greater research capacity and capability in informatics
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  • Vol 16, No 3 - Other
    Automated password generation of offensive expressions: Choose and Book and Poppycock
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  • Vol 16, No 4 - Editorial
    Using routinely collected patient data with and without consent: trust and professionalism
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  • Vol 17, No 2 - Editorial
    Flagging fasting plasma glucose specimens: time to routinely label the context in which pathology specimens are recorded
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  • Vol 17, No 2 - Other
    In this issue of Informatics in Primary Care: ethnicity, learning and diabetes
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  • Vol 17, No 2 - Research article
    Variation in the recording of diabetes diagnostic data in primary care computer systems: implications for the quality of care
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  • Vol 17, No 2 - Research article
    Using surrogate markers in primary electronic patient record systems to confirm or refute the diagnosis of diabetes
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  • Vol 17, No 3 - Other
    In this issue: use of electronic patient record (EPR) system data for emergency care, quality improvement and research - things not to take for granted
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  • Vol 17, No 3 - Research article
    Are we setting about improving the safety of computerised prescribing in the right way? A workshop report
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  • Vol 17, No 3 - Commentary
    Further changes are needed if the National Care Record Service (NCRS) implementation is to succeed
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  • Vol 17, No 4 - Editorial
    Usability: a critical dimension for assessing the quality of clinical systems
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  • Vol 17, No 4 - Other
    Usability: a neglected theme in informatics
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  • Vol 18, No 1 - Editorial
    Vault, cloud and agent: choosing strategies for quality improvement and research based on routinely collected health data
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  • Vol 18, No 1 - Other
    Computerised routinely collected primary care data: essential for patient access to records, quality improvement and research
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  • Vol 18, No 2 - Other
    Looking beyond the National Programme for IT in primary care informatics
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  • Vol 18, No 2 - Research article
    The Hayes principles: learning from the national pilot of information technology and core generalisable theory in informatics
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  • Vol 18, No 3 - Other
    International lessons in clinical quality and evaluation
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  • Vol 18, No 3 - Editorial
    Liberating the NHS: an information revolution - think beyond the electronic patient record, think service orientated architecture!
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  • Vol 18, No 3 - Research article
    Using routinely collected data to evaluate a leaflet campaign to increase the presentation of people with memory problems to general practice: a locality based controlled study
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  • Vol 18, No 4 - Other
    Bibliometric analysis of primary care research, childhood obesity, the importance of understanding small area data and diabetes
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  • Vol 18, No 4 - Editorial
    Getting the signal to noise ratio right in the management of diabetes in primary care: time to stratify risk and focus on outcomes rather than process
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  • Vol 18, No 4 - Research article
    Using routine data to conduct small area health needs assessment through observing trends in demographics, recording of common mental health problems (CMHPs) and sickness certificates: longitudinal analysis of a northern and London locality
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  • Vol 18, No 4 - Commentary
    Implementing an integrated computerised information system about foot problems in diabetes is not enough to ensure adoption. Commentary on: General practitioners' and nurses' experiences of using computerised decision support in screening for diabetic foot disease: implementing Scottish Clinical Information - Diabetes Care in routine clinical practice
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  • Vol 18, No 4 - Commentary
    Commentary on: Creating a diabetes foot reminder-based registry using the electronic medical record
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  • Vol 19, No 1 - Other
    SNOMED is coming, and more about using and interacting with technology in primary care
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  • Vol 19, No 1 - Editorial
    Large complex terminologies: more coding choice, but harder to find data - reflections on introduction of SNOMED CT (Systematized Nomenclature of Medicine - Clinical Terms) as an NHS standard
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  • Vol 19, No 2 - Other
    On-going technical advances, can we use them to deliver more personalised medicine?
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  • Vol 19, No 2 - Research article
    Data-modelling and visualisation in chronic kidney disease (CKD): a step towards personalised medicine
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  • Vol 19, No 3 - Other
    Informatics research, practice, theory and history
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  • Vol 19, No 3 - Research article
    Defining datasets and creating data dictionaries for quality improvement and research in chronic disease using routinely collected data: an ontology-driven approach
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  • Vol 19, No 4 - Other
    Making health information and communications technology (ICT) relevant and usable for quality improvement and research
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  • Vol 19, No 4 - Editorial
    Auditing quality in kidney disease and diabetes: is the precise the enemy of the good? A commentary on difficulties auditing pathology results containing 'greater than' or 'less than' signs
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