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- ItemOpen AccessITCH 92: Building Partnerships in Community Health Through Applied Technology: A Conference Addressing Information Technology Issues in Community Health(University of Victoria, 1992-10) Scott, Lawrence R. (Editor)
- ItemOpen AccessIntergrated Distance Education Applications Systems (IDEAS): A proposal to CANARIE Inc.(University of Alberta, 1993) Montgomerie, Craig T.
- ItemOpen AccessHealth Wurcnet Partnership Proposal: Telemedicine: The Western Connection. A Proposal to CANARIE.(WurcNet Inc., 1994) Jennett, Penny Dr.; Watanabe, Mo Dr.
- ItemOpen AccessThe Canadian Information Highway: Building Canada's Information and Communications Infrastructure (Progress Report of the Information Highway Advisory Council)(Minister of Supply and Services Canada, 1994-04) Industry Canada; Information Highway Advisory Council
- ItemOpen AccessITCH 94: Changing Opportunities: A Conference Addressing Information Technology Issues in Community Health(University of Victoria, 1994-10) Fisher, Paul D. (Editor)
- ItemOpen AccessReconstructing "Rational Reconstruction": A Bayesian Approach to Lakatos' "Methodology of Scientific Research Programmes" (MSRP)(University of Edinburgh, Department of Philosphy, 1995) Stahnisch, Frank W.
- ItemOpen AccessCanadian Broadband Applications Research Program: Research Proposal.(Canadian Institute for Telecommunications Research, 1995) Canadian Institute for Telecommunications ResearchThis proposal outlines a two-year research program in the area of broadband network applications with the objective of stimulating the development in Canada of innovative broadband services and applications over ATM networks. This research is needed to help Canada gain a leadership role in exploiting the enormous potential of the Information Superhighway.
- ItemOpen AccessCapturing the Clinical Encounter. 1995 Spring Congress. Preliminary Program.(American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA), 1995-06-25) American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA)The objectives of the Congress were to increase awareness of the importance and benefits of capturing data; to provide a forum to present new research in methods of data capture and storage; to promote collaboration among attendees; and to educate attendees about the capture, storage, and use of clinical data.
- ItemOpen AccessTowards Cost-Effective Clinical Computing. Nineteenth Annual Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care. Preliminary Program.(American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA), 1995-10-28) American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA)This conference was intended for people who have an interest in clinical data acquisition, decision support, and evaluation for improving the value of the electronic medical record and the quality of health care.
- ItemOpen AccessITCH 96: Appropriate Systems/Appropriate Decisions: A Conference Addressing Information Technology Issues in Community Health(University of Victoria, 1996-11) Scott, Lawrence R. (Editor)
- ItemOpen AccessTelehealth in Canada Clinical Networking, Eliminating Distances.(CANARIE Inc., 1997-07) Lee, Marc et al.This report is an abridged version of the insights gleaned from the presentations made during the April 1997 conference entitled, "Telehealth in Canada: Clinical Networking, Eliminating Distances". The conference was a showcase of pioneering efforts, outcomes, experiences, and achievements in the development of Canada's Health Iway.
- ItemOpen AccessEnsuring Privacy and Confidentiality on Canada's Health Iway(CANARIE Inc., 1997-12) Lee, Marc et al.This is the 3rd in a series of reports issued by CANARIE Inc. on telehealth in Canada. The first and second reports are entitled Towards a Canadian Health Iway: Vision, Opportunities and Future Steps; and Telehealth in Canada: Clinical Networking, Eliminating Distances, respectively.
- ItemOpen AccessNational Conference on Health Info-Structure: Final Report(Health Canada Publications, 1998) Lee, Marc
- ItemOpen AccessHealth Information Needs in Canada, 1998(Canadian Institute for Health Information, 1998) Intersol Consulting Associates Ltd.This is the summary report of the Health Information Needs Consultation Sessions held across Canada between February 16 and April 15, 1998. This report follows the session process, first with a review of the issues as identified by the participants then a review of the discussions with respect to their information needs, and finally it concludes with a review of priorities for responsiveness. All highlights are drawn directly from the comments and discussions of the participants.
- ItemOpen AccessManitoba Innovation Network: Telehealth and Regionalization of Healthcare Conference(Manitoba Innovation Network, 1998-05) Manitoba Innovation Network
- ItemOpen AccessTowards a Strategy for Distributed Learning in Support of Health.(CANARIE Inc., 1998-06) Casebeer, Ann et al.This report summarizes the issues and information presented and discussed by participants attending the workshop "Bridging the Pacific" in November 1997. The workshop brought together stakeholders from the health and education communities around the Pacific Rim. The focus of the workshop was identifying opportunities and challenges for using distributed learning techniques and technologies.
- ItemOpen AccessConnecting for Better Health: Strategic Issues. Interim Report.(Minister of Public Works and Government Services Canada., 1998-09) Advisory Council on Health Infostructure
- ItemOpen AccessCanada Health Infoway: Path to Better Health: Final Report(Minister of Public Works and Government Services Canada., 1999-02) Advisory Council on Health Infostructure
- ItemOpen AccessNorth East Health District Annual Report to the Community(North East Health District, 1999-03-31) North East Health DistrictThe 1998/99 Annual Report to the Community highlights the activities and the accomplishments of the North-East Health District, and describes the financial status of the District for the year ended March 31st, 1999.
- ItemOpen AccessAMIA 99 Annual Symposium: Transforming Health Care Through Informatics. Cornerstones for a New Information Management Paradigm.(American Medical Informatics Association, 1999-11) American Medical Informatics AssociationThe AMIA Annual Symposium program emphasizes an integrated view of informatics and is organized around four cornerstone areas: Representing Knowledge, Acquiring and Presenting Data, Managing Change, and Integrating Information.