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Systematic review of patients' participation in and experiences of technology-based monitoring of mental health symptoms in the community

Walsh, S. et al. BMJ Open. 2016. 6:e008362

Objectives: To review systematically the literature on patients’ experiences of, and participation in, technology-based monitoring of mental health symptoms.

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Mental Health

Each Baby Counts

June 2016

Each year in the UK, the number of babies born at term who die or are left severely brain-damaged  has been estimated at 500 to 800. 136 more words

Early Neonatal Death

Vems information ska räknas? Om patientkommentarer i journaler

Hur skulle du använda fältet för patientkommentar i din nätjournal? Vad behöver du skriva om i vården?

De frågorna fick jag tidigare idag och diskussionen som följde ledde mig till tankar om det jag har skrivit en del om nyligen – vem som får definiera sanningen i vården och vems information som värderas – men från ett mer tekniskt perspektiv. 762 more words


Health informatics: Prospective and Current research areas

My previous blogs based on my local experiences outside KI education. This time I’m bringing this article which I am feeling is the right time for both for upcoming health informatics students and for students who are looking for their Master thesis. 645 more words

Karolinska Institutet

Developing care for a changing population: Patient engagement and health information technology

Nuffield Trust

This discussion paper highlights three applications of health information technology for people with complex health conditions, and lays out principles to bear in mind when designing, promoting and implementing health information technologies.

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Health Informatics

Exploring the views of GPs, people with dementia and their carers on assistive technology: a qualitative study

BMJ Open 2016;6:e011132

Objectives To explore the views and experiences of people with dementia, their family carers and general practitioners (GPs) on their knowledge and experience of accessing information about, and use of, assistive technology (AT) in dementia care. 233 more words

Mental Health

#Ehealth2016 - inquiring minds want to know

Canada’s premier conference on health information technology – #ehealth2016 – is now less than a month away.

That means it’s a good time to start to contemplate some of the big questions facing the health IT community in Canada and wondering whether this mega-meeting hosted in Vancouver.\, courtesy of COACH, Infoway and CIHI will provide any answers to these questions. 266 more words

Health Care