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In today’s technological world, health professionals, healthcare organizations, and public health agencies can now rapidly retrieve, analyze, use, and exchange vast amounts of health information (e.g., patient records, diagnostic images, and population databases). Additionally, technology provides means of communicating health information to patients and the public via virtual media. Such advances in communication technology present opportunities and challenges for educators, clinicians, and researchers.
The organization, storage, transmission, display, and use of healthcare data in decision-making require knowledge and skills taught in the fields of health informatics and telemedicine. Therefore, this issue of Academic Exchange Quarterly focuses on unique and creative solutions to instructional issues arising in teaching on the “frontier” of this burgeoning field in healthcare. Moreover, an emphasis will be placed on ethics, safety, financial restraints, and the array of technologies in the teaching and practice of health informatics.
We invite manuscripts detailing innovative approaches and evaluation of technologies in health informatics and telemedicine. Specific topics to be considered include, but are not limited to: 1) description of the use of, access to, or the evaluation of any method of distance education in the training of health professionals, 2) exploration of innovative uses of telemedicine or informatics in patient care, institutions, or agencies, and 3) research on key issues in the use of telemedicine or informatics as related to patient safety, ethical standards, and scopes of practice in any healthcare discipline (e.g., medicine, nursing, occupational and/or psychological therapy, etc.).
Who May Submit:
Submissions are welcome from researchers, teaching and learning scholars, as well as others actively involved in higher education learning, health informatics, and telemedicine delivery (practice). We strongly encourage submissions from graduate students, administrators, and non-traditional researchers (i.e., those in a non-academic setting). Please identify your submission with keyword: HEALTH-1
On-going submission requests with cut-off date set by issue publication month. See Regular and Short submission deadline.
Early submission offers an opportunity to be considered for Editors' Choice
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