Education in Medical Informatics: A course Structure and a Curriculum
A curriculum in Biomedical Information Science is presented. The course aims to prepare students for employment in health-care, the pharmaceutical industry and the information industry. The training was developed within the framework of a postgraduate course in information science.
KeywordsCore Module Medical Informatics Information Processing Technique Information Industry Medical Documentation
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