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Informatics in Primary Care aims to provide information, help and guidance to all those concerned with information technology and information management in health care, both nationally and internationally. Its primary purpose is the application of information and communications technology to support health care.

The journal publishes high-quality research papers, literature reviews and letters from both researchers and practitioners in the fields of health and clinical informatics. We take a broad view of the frontlines of health and clinical informatics and see this including the impact of public health, e-health, technology-based community and social care informatics initiatives that aim to improve health and wellbeing.

Publisher: BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT

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Volume 17, Number 2, June 2009

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Open Access Hospital data may be more accurate than census data in estimating the ethnic composition of general practice populations
pp. 67-78(12)
Authors: Hull, Sally A; Rivas, Carol; Bobby, Jacqui; Boomla, Kambiz; Robson, John

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Open Access Leveraging time and learning style, iPod vs. realtime attendance at a series of medicine residents conferences: a randomised controlled trial
pp. 87-94(8)
Authors: Tempelhof, Michael W; Garman, Katherine S; Langman, Matthew K; Adams, Martha B

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Open Access Clinical informatics to improve quality of care: a population-based system for patients with diabetes mellitus
pp. 95-102(8)
Authors: Chaudhry, Rajeev; Tulledge-Scheitel, Sidna M; Thomas, Matthew R; Hunt, Vicki L; Liesinger, Juliette T; Rahman, Ahmed S; Naessens, James M; Davis, Lynn A; Stroebel, Robert J

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Open Access Using surrogate markers in primary electronic patient record systems to confirm or refute the diagnosis of diabetes
pp. 121-129(9)
Authors: Bagheri, Ashkan; Sadek, Ahmed; Chan, Tom; Khunti, Kamlesh; de Lusignan, Simon

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Open Access Illogical placing of codes within a clinical classification
pp. 131-132(2)
Author: Wilcox, Merlyn

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Open Access UK conferences
pp. 133-133(1)

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