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You saw HOW many students?!

Ever wonder just how many students a School Nurse might see in a year? Or how many medications she might give? How about the percentage of students who return to class? 119 more words

School Nurse

monitoring Oracle 10g databases on HP-UX with cacti

Oracle is a big beast, and taming its plentiful characteristics is an almost impossible task.

In fact I think that enterprises like this one use complexity as a mean for controlling and tying their clients – but that’s a theme for another post. 1,956 more words


UOW Informatics Faculty featured me in their brochure

The University of Wollongong, of which I am a graduate, saw fit to feature me in a brochure for the Informatics Faculty a while back. 64 more words

IMIA Yearbook of Medical Informatics 2014 Published

The IMIA Yearbook of Medical Informatics 2014 has been published, and is available from the website of Schattauer, our publisher. See http://www.schattauer.de/de/magazine/uebersicht/zeitschriften-a-z/imia-yearbook/imia-yearbook-2014.html

This is the 23rd year of continuous publication of the IMIA Yearbook since it was first published in 1992. 166 more words


Methods of Information in Medicine: eTOC 2014; 53(4)

METHODS of Information in Medicine is an IMIA Official Journal. The Impact Factors for 2013 have been published, and Methods of Information in Medicine is happy to report a new value of 1.083… 1,453 more words


TribeHive heads to new football stadiums...

We have written about the brilliant TribeHive a few times here on created by US (including here and here) – creators of the innovative smartphone app and system led by Dr Ian Wakeman that boosts phone signals in crowded public places by creating a linked network between users. 452 more words

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HIC 2014

It’s a sunny winter’s day! Learning heaps at HIC 2014. Twitter updates all week :)