Published on in Vol 3, No 1 (2001):

Information Technologies, Health, and Globalization: Anyone Excluded?

Information Technologies, Health, and Globalization: Anyone Excluded?

Information Technologies, Health, and Globalization: Anyone Excluded?

Authors of this article:

Florence Parent ;   Yves Coppieters ;   Marc Parent

Journals

  1. Calvillo J, Román I, Roa L. How technology is empowering patients? A literature review. Health Expectations 2015;18(5):643 View
  2. Jidkov L, Alexander M, Bark P, Williams J, Kay J, Taylor P, Hemingway H, Banerjee A. Health informatics competencies in postgraduate medical education and training in the UK: a mixed methods study. BMJ Open 2019;9(3):e025460 View
  3. Christensen H, Griffiths K. The prevention of depression using the Internet. Medical Journal of Australia 2002;177(S7) View
  4. Parekh S, Sodha S, McGuire K, Bozentka D, Rozental T, Beredjiklian P. The Digital Divide Phenomenon in a Hand Surgery Outpatient Clinic. Clinical Orthopaedics & Related Research 2004;421:54 View
  5. MORLINO M, POLESE D, BRUNI A, RENATO B. Worldwide access to evidence‐based mental health literature: How useful isPubMedin Anglo‐Saxon and non‐Anglo‐Saxon countries?. Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences 2005;59(5):511 View
  6. Cook E, Randhawa G, Large S, Guppy A, Chater A, Ali N. Barriers and facilitators to using NHS Direct: a qualitative study of `users’ and `non-users’. BMC Health Services Research 2014;14(1) View
  7. Combi C, Pozzani G, Pozzi G. Telemedicine for Developing Countries. Applied Clinical Informatics 2016;07(04):1025 View
  8. Jandrić-Kočič M. The use of Internet for gathering health information among primary healthcare patients. Medicinski casopis 2019;53(3):112 View
  9. Akeel A, Mundy D. Re-thinking technology and its growing role in enabling patient empowerment. Health Informatics Journal 2019;25(4):1278 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Kuhn K. Healthcare Information Management Systems. View