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Title: Pan Arctic Collaborative for eHealth Research?
Authors: Scott, Richard E.
Khoja, Shariq
Durrani, Hammad
Keywords: HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH
HEALTH INFORMATICS
EHEALTH
TELEHEALTH
RESEARCH NETWORKS
INFORMATION SOCIETY
MULTI-DISCIPLINARY TEAMS
PANACEA
Date: 2009
Publisher: Global eHealth Research and Training Program, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, CA
Abstract: Objectives. To review experience from a recently established and successful thematic research network, and speculate on the potential value of a similar approach to more rapidly accumulate evidence and move forward implementation of ehealth solutions in the pan-Arctic setting. Study Design. Retrospective review of: 1) documents describing the genesis, deployment, and performance of the Pan Asian Collaborative for evidence-based ehealth Adoption and Application (PANACeA), and 2) the ehealth publication record of the International Journal of Circumpolar Health (ICJH) from 1998 to 2008. Methods. The consultant‟s report, first-year technical reports, and interim presentations, on PANACeA progress were reviewed, and key information extracted that illustrated the progress and performance (challenges and successes) in planning, initiating, and implementing this research network. In addition, the number of ehealth-related articles published in the IJCH over a 20-year period was enumerated...
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/46325
Project Number: 103941
Project Title: Information Society for the South
Access: IDRC Only
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