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Title: E-Health: Converging to Mainstream. 6th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society of Telehealth
Authors: Canadian Society of Telehealth
Keywords: eHealth;Canada
Issue Date: 5-Oct-2003
Publisher: Canadian Society of Telehealth
Citation: Canadian Society of Telehealth. 2003. E-Health: Converging to Mainstream. 6th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society of Telehealth. Canadian Society of Telehealth: Kingston, ON. 1-144.
Abstract: E-Health is a global term that encompasses the use of all information and communications technologies in supporting health, healthcare, and health-related education and research. Within the context of the conference, convergence means to integrate, align, and come together to produce better outcomes. The conference highlighted the impact of convergence in making e-Health mainstream at many strategic levels (e.g. technology, policy, administration, education, research).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1880/43074
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