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de Lusignan, Simon, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK, United Kingdom

  • Vol 22, No 2 - Research article
    An algorithm to improve diagnostic accuracy in diabetes in computerised problem orientated medical records (POMR) compared with an established algorithm developed in episode orientated records (EOMR)
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  • Vol 21, No 3 - Other
    In this issue – Making sense of taxonomies in health informatics
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  • Vol 21, No 4 - Other
    In this issue: First free-to-publish and free-full-text online volume completed
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  • Vol 22, No 1 - Leading article
    Minimally disruptive medicine is needed for patients with multimorbidity: time to develop computerised medical record systems to meet this requirement
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  • Vol 22, No 1 - Other
    In this issue: Unleashing the power of e-Health requires the development of an evidence base for interventions that improve care
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  • Vol 22, No 1 - Other
    Journal of Innovation in Health Informatics: building on the 20-year history of a BCS Health peer review journal
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  • Vol 22, No 2 - Other
    In this issue: Ontologies a key concept in informatics and key for open definitions of cases, exposures, and outcome measures
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  • Vol 22, No 3 - Leading article
    Creating and using real-world evidence to answer questions about clinical effectiveness
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  • Vol 22, No 3 - Other
    In this issue: Time to replace doctors’ judgement with computers
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  • Vol 22, No 4 - Editorial
    In this issue: An innovative discipline needs a patient focus
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  • Vol 23, No 1 - Other
    In this issue - Benefits and disbenefits of computerised medical records (CMR): clinical, patient-centred, implementation and sociotechnical factors
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  • Vol 23, No 1 - Commentary
    Commentary: A lack of a comparator group makes it hard to be sure whether computerised medical record system implementation achieved a better or worse outcome
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  • Vol 23, No 2 - Miscellaneous
    In this issue: Realising benefits and that informatics is all about the patient
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  • Vol 23, No 3 - Other
    In this issue - Don’t make assumptions about integrated systems, data quality, utilisation of technology, or access to routine data
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  • Vol 23, No 4 - Other
    In this issue: everything you wanted to know about electronic health exchange, diversity and ethnicity
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  • Vol 24, No 2 - Other
    In this issue: Innovation in design and implementation in health informatics
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  • Vol 24, No 3 - Other
    In this issue: tools and processes that translate knowledge into practice
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  • Vol 24, No 4 - Editorial
    Genesis of a UK Faculty of Clinical Informatics at a time of anticipation for some, and ruby, golden and diamond celebrations for others
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  • Vol 24, No 4 - Miscellaneous
    Real World Evidence to an eHealth tool: The 2017 top ten papers from Journal of Innovation in Health Informatics
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  • Vol 24, No 4 - Other
    In this issue: Prerequisites for precision medicine are genomics, computerised medical record systems, and big data analytics
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  • Vol 25, No 1 - Editorial
    Computerised medical record systems that guide and protect – reflections on the Bawa-Garba case
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  • Vol 25, No 1 - Other
    In this issue – Patient risks are ignored at organisation level
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  • Vol 25, No 3 - Other
    In this issue: Digital disparities, complexity and patient safety
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  • Vol 25, No 4 - Editorial
    Time to mandate collaborative working is part of computerised medical record systems, at a time of general practitioner shortage
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  • Vol 25, No 4 - Other
    In this issue - Assumptions, openness, apps, collaborative working and a new editor
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