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Information Technology Education for Health Professionals: Opportunities and Challenges
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Journal of Allied Health Volume 27, Number 3, ISSN 0090-7421

Abstract

Describes surveys of potential health-care employers and health-care professionals to identify the need for biomedical informatics programs. Outlines a certificate program, master of science in biomedicine and nursing informatics, and a Ph.D. program. (SK)

Citation

Haque, S.S. & Gibson, D.M. (1998). Information Technology Education for Health Professionals: Opportunities and Challenges. Journal of Allied Health, 27(3), 167. Retrieved March 23, 2019 from .

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