More than Four Decades of Medical Informatics Education for Medical Students in Germany. New Recommendations Published

Winter A, Hilgers R-D, Hofestädt R, Knaup-Gregorit P, Ose C, Timmer A (2013)
Methods Of Information In Medicine 52(3): 181-183.

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Winter, A.; Hilgers, R. -D.; Hofestädt, RalfUniBi; Knaup-Gregorit, P.; Ose, C.; Timmer, A.
Abstract / Bemerkung
The publication of German competency-based learning objectives "Medical Informatics" for undergraduate medical education gives reason to report on more publications of the German journal GMS Medical Informatics, Biometry and Epidemiology (MIBE) in Methods. The publications in focus deal with support of medical education by health and biomedical informatics, hospital information systems and their relation to medical devices, transinstitutional health information systems and the need of national eHealth strategies, epidemiological research on predicting high consumption of resources, and with the interaction of epidemiologists and medical statisticians in examining mortality risks in diabetes, in genome wide association studies and in dealing with limits and thresholds. This report is the beginning of an annual series intending to support better international cooperation to achieve good information as a basis for good medicine and good healthcare.
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medical statistics
Erscheinungsjahr
2013
Zeitschriftentitel
Methods Of Information In Medicine
Band
52
Ausgabe
3
Seite(n)
181-183
ISSN
0026-1270
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2613116

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Winter A, Hilgers R-D, Hofestädt R, Knaup-Gregorit P, Ose C, Timmer A. More than Four Decades of Medical Informatics Education for Medical Students in Germany. New Recommendations Published. Methods Of Information In Medicine. 2013;52(3):181-183.
Winter, A., Hilgers, R. - D., Hofestädt, R., Knaup-Gregorit, P., Ose, C., & Timmer, A. (2013). More than Four Decades of Medical Informatics Education for Medical Students in Germany. New Recommendations Published. Methods Of Information In Medicine, 52(3), 181-183.
Winter, A., Hilgers, R. - D., Hofestädt, R., Knaup-Gregorit, P., Ose, C., and Timmer, A. (2013). More than Four Decades of Medical Informatics Education for Medical Students in Germany. New Recommendations Published. Methods Of Information In Medicine 52, 181-183.
Winter, A., et al., 2013. More than Four Decades of Medical Informatics Education for Medical Students in Germany. New Recommendations Published. Methods Of Information In Medicine, 52(3), p 181-183.
A. Winter, et al., “More than Four Decades of Medical Informatics Education for Medical Students in Germany. New Recommendations Published”, Methods Of Information In Medicine, vol. 52, 2013, pp. 181-183.
Winter, A., Hilgers, R.-D., Hofestädt, R., Knaup-Gregorit, P., Ose, C., Timmer, A.: More than Four Decades of Medical Informatics Education for Medical Students in Germany. New Recommendations Published. Methods Of Information In Medicine. 52, 181-183 (2013).
Winter, A., Hilgers, R. -D., Hofestädt, Ralf, Knaup-Gregorit, P., Ose, C., and Timmer, A. “More than Four Decades of Medical Informatics Education for Medical Students in Germany. New Recommendations Published”. Methods Of Information In Medicine 52.3 (2013): 181-183.

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