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The Canadian Healthcare Education Common's Virtual Library provides educators and learners with easy access to educational materials, including virtual patients or electronic cases.

 

Total Learning Objects currently in library: 1491


7 Jul 15

Plan stratégique de cybersanté/TIC du RLISS du Nord-Est

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Description: 

La technologie de l’information et de la communication favorise la
prestation de services de santé de qualité, l’accès à l’information
sur la santé (pour tous les Ontariens du Nord, n’importe où en
Ontario), l’amélioration des résultats pour les usagers et
l’optimisation des ressources disponibles dans le Nord de l’Ontario
en facilitant la collaboration et le partage de renseignements entre
les fournisseurs et avec les usagers

"La technologie de l’information et de la communication favorise laprestation de services de santé de qualité, l’accès à l’informationsur la santé (pour tous les Ontariens du Nord, n’importe où enOntario), l’amélioration des résultats pour les usagers etl’optimisation des ressources disponibles dans le Nord de l’Ontarioen facilitant la collaboration et le partage de renseignements entreles fournisseurs et avec les usagers."

Version anglais 

Kate Proctor
7 Jul 15

Electronic record errors growing issue in lawsuits

Description: 

This article discusses the issues with electronic health records in the U.S. as it relates to medical malpractice lawsuits. 

Kate Proctor
7 Jul 15

Les activités santé et e-santé du CEA (Atelier)

Description: 

Approche de la e-santé vue par le CEA. Différentes problématiques sont abordées: 
• Le potentiel de la cybersanté pour améliorer la qualité et l'accessibilité des soins de santé tout en réduisant les coûts. 
• L'analyse des solutions pour proposer un traitement individualisé par pathologies, et pour identifier les solutions les plus prometteuses en matière de TIC qui pourraient changer la valeur de la santé au cours des 5 à 10 prochaines années. (ex : suivi des patients à domicile, prévention, m-santé, capteurs, logiciels intelligents, stockage...) 
• Et enfin l'analyse de la manière et des moyens pour implanter ces solutions sur le marché en structurant les coûts.
Un atelier organisé avec le Commissariat à l'Energie Atomique

"Approche de la e-santé vue par le CEA. Différentes problématiques sont abordées:

 • Le potentiel de la cybersanté pour améliorer la qualité et l'accessibilité des soins de santé tout en réduisant les coûts.

 • L'analyse des solutions pour proposer un traitement individualisé par pathologies, et pour identifier les solutions les plus prometteuses en matière de TIC qui pourraient changer la valeur de la santé au cours des 5 à 10 prochaines années. (ex : suivi des patients à domicile, prévention, m-santé, capteurs, logiciels intelligents, stockage...)

 • Et enfin l'analyse de la manière et des moyens pour implanter ces solutions sur le marché en structurant les coûts.Un atelier organisé avec le Commissariat à l'Energie Atomique"

Kate Proctor
7 Jul 15

Big Data in Health Informatics

Description: 

This video looks at "[b]ig data challenges and opportunities with respect to Health Informatics."

Kate Proctor
7 Jul 15

Health Information Technology and Informatics: A Significant Evolution

Description: 

"John Glaser, PhD, CEO of Siemens Healthcare, Health Services, speaks as keynote presenter for the Seventh Annual Mid Atlantic Healthcare Informatics Symposium, held in Philadelphia, April 25, 2014 and hosted by The Center for Biomedical Informatics, CHOP."

Kate Proctor
7 Jul 15

Health Informatics Lecture: William A. Yasnoff

Description: 

"William A. Yasnoff is a national leader in health informatics, heads a consulting firm that helps communities and organizations successfully develop health information infrastructure systems and solutions, and helps universities to organize and grow academic informatics programs. He is also CEO of the nonprofit Health Record Banking Alliance, which promotes community repositories of electronic health information under consumer control. His talk was presented by the University of Michigan School of Information and the School of Public Health."

Kate Proctor
7 Jul 15

An Introduction to Medical Informatics

Description: 

This video, presented by Y.Singh from the Nelson R. Mandela School of Medicine, Department of Telehealth at the University of Kwazulu-Natal in South Africa, provides an overview and history of medical informatics.  

Kate Proctor
6 Jul 15

What is consumer health informatics? A systematic review of published definitions

Description: 

The authors perform and document a "systemic review of published definitions of [consumer health informatics (CHI)] and evaluated them using five quality assessment criteria and measures of similarity." 

systematic review of published definitions of CHI and evaluated them using five quality assessment criteria and measures of similarity.
Read More: http://informahealthcare.com/doi/abs/10.3109/17538157.2014.907804
Kate Proctor
6 Jul 15

National eHealth Strategy Toolkit

Description: 

 

The National eHealth Strategy Toolkit is an expert, practical guide that provides
governments, their ministries and stakeholders with a solid foundation and method
for the development and implementation of a national eHealth vision, action plan and
monitoring framework. All countries, whatever their level of development, can adapt the
Toolkit to suit their own circumstances.

 

"The National eHealth Strategy Toolkit is an expert, practical guide that providesgovernments, their ministries and stakeholders with a solid foundation and methodfor the development and implementation of a national eHealth vision, action plan andmonitoring framework. All countries, whatever their level of development, can adapt theToolkit to suit their own circumstances."

 

Version français 

Kate Proctor
6 Jul 15

mHealth: New Horizons for Health Through Mobile Technologies

Description: 

The survey results highlight that the dominant form of mHealth today is characterized by small-scale
pilot projects that address single issues in information sharing and access. There were only limited larger
mHealth implementations (primarily supported by public-private partnerships). While it is anticipated
that large-scale and complex programmes will become more common as mHealth matures, strategies
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Executive summary
and policies that integrate eHealth and mHealth interoperability into health services would be wise. 

"The survey results highlight that the dominant form of mHealth today is characterized by small-scalepilot projects that address single issues in information sharing and access. There were only limited largermHealth implementations (primarily supported by public-private partnerships). While it is anticipatedthat large-scale and complex programmes will become more common as mHealth matures, strategies2Executive summaryand policies that integrate eHealth and mHealth interoperability into health services would be wise." 

Kate Proctor