Internet and Web Technology: On-Line Information Strategies
National Health Informatics Conference -- Hobart 1999
- Charles Sturt University
- Provides links to other sites worldwide which have materials useful for those involved in pre-hospital care and emergency services.
- Creating Web Pages for your Flight Program
- Part of the Flight Web Resources site which offers a variety of information and resources "specifically for air medical professionals"
- Global Emergency Medicine Archives (GEMA)
- An electronic journal with an Interactive Forum Area which allows viewers to participate with their peers, on-line.
- Hardin MD - Hardin Meta Directory of Internet Health Sources
- Extensive listing of health and medical sites
- Each of the items found is "scored" for relevance and information is provided about the sponsoring source, keywords, intended audience and date when the link was added.
- Medical World Search
- Retrieved items are ranked in order and number of "other high ranked documents at this site" also noted. Title and first line of abstract giveen; authors not always given. Links to article.
- OMNI (Organising Medical Networked Information)
- Based in the UK, OMNI "is primarily a gateway to Internet resources in medicine, biomedicine, allied health, health management and related topics. We try to provide comprehensive coverage of the UK resources in this area and access to the best resources worldwide."
- The WWW Virtual Library on Public Health
- Contains links to some 800 pages.
This workshop is presented by A C Lynn Zelmer, PhD, a Central Queensland University senior lecturer who has long been involved in health training and health informatics. Contact him by e-mail at L.Zelmer@CQU.edu.au or visit his Home Page at http://vl-zelmer.cqu.edu.au. Research was provided by Hon Prof Amy E Zelmer, Faculty of Arts, Health and Sciences, Central Queensland University.
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