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Abstract

An overview is provided of education and training in health information management in the context of national information strategies. Although the article focuses upon British programmes, there are examples from North America, Australasia and other countries. Reference is made to international activities in the development of generic courses for education and training, the need for education and training, the content of courses, and methods of delivery, including Internet-based training and education. Governments and health authorities in many countries have recognized the urgent need for a highly educated and trained workforce in information management, but universities have been slow to respond, until the last few years. However, there is now a plethora of education and training programmes in North America, most European countries, and Australasia.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: September 1, 2000

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