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Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Community Informatics and Improving Health: New Special Issue

Colleagues:
The Journal of Community Informatics has just published its latest issue at
 http://www.ci-journal.net/index.php/ciej. We invite you to review the Table of Contents here and then visit our web site to review articles and items of interest.
Thanks for the continuing interest in our work,
Michael Gurstein, Ph.D.
Editor in Chief: Journal of Community Informatics, Vancouver CANADA Phone 604-602-0624 gurstein at gmail.com
The Journal of Community Informatics
Special Issue: Community Informatics for Improving Health Table of Contents
Editorial
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Overview of ICTs and Health
                Lareen Ann Newman
Editorial: Community Informatics for Improving Health
                Michael Gurstein
Articles
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Developing decentralised health information systems in developing countries –cases from Sierra Leone and Kenya
                Edem Kwame Kossi,       Johan Ivar Sæbø,             Jørn Braa,            Mohamed Mumeneeh
Jalloh,   Ayub Manya
Improving community health equity: the potential role for mHealth in Papua New Guinea
                Belinda Jane Loring
Capturing Qualitative Spatial Data to Understand Social Epidemiology in Public Health
                William R Buckingham
Narrating Aboriginality On-Line: Digital Storytelling, Identity and Healing
                Naomi Adelson,                Michelle Olding
Decreasing Health Disparities through Technology: Building a Community Health Website
                Olga Idriss Davis,              Kristen Bean,     Dominica McBride
Bridging the Digital Divide: A Bilingual Interactive Health Kiosk for Communities Affected by Health Disparities
                Kristen Bean,     Olga Davis,          Hector Valdez
‘MYBus’: Young People's Mobile Health, Wellbeing and Digital Inclusion
                Bjorn Nansen,   Kabita Chakraborty,        Lisa Gibbs,           Colin MacDougall,           Frank Vetere
Concussion Information on the Move: The Role of Mobile Technology in Concussion Management
                Osman Hassan Ahmed, Andy J Pulman
With a little help from my friends: experiences of building a virtual community for children with cancer
                Paula Hicks,        Jane B. Grimson,              Owen P. Smith
Impact of Internet on delivery of critical cardiac health care  :
                Sudeepa - Banerjee
A review on mHealth research in developing countries
                Wallace Chigona,              Mphatso Nyemba,          Andile Metfula
Reports
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Socio-technical approach to community health: designing and developing a mobile care data application for home-based healthcare, in South Africa
                Retha de la Harpe,           Hugo Lotriet,      Dalenca Pottas, Mikko Korpela
Perceived Benefits Of Remote Data Capturing In Community Home-Based Care:
The Caregivers’ Perspective
                Nobubele Angel Shozi,  Dalenca Pottas, Nicky Mostert-Phipps
Health Impact Assessment of a UK Digital Health Service
                Sue Heather Wright,       Irfan Ghani,        John Kemm,       Jayne Parry
Points of View
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W(h)ither Community: Locating participatory approaches to ICT-enabled health and development
                Ian Pringle
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The Journal of Community Informatics http://www.ci-journal.net
 

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