Evelyn Hovenga
Evelyn Hovenga
Professor Health Informatics
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Recommendations of the International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA) on education in biomedical and health informatics
J Mantas, E Ammenwerth, G Demiris, A Hasman, R Haux, W Hersh, ...
Methods of information in medicine 49 (02), 105-120, 2010
4212010
Towards semantic interoperability for electronic health records
S Garde, P Knaup, EJS Hovenga, S Heard
Methods of information in medicine 46 (03), 332-343, 2007
3292007
Information literacy—what it is about?: Literature review of the concept and the context
K Saranto, EJS Hovenga
International Journal of Medical Informatics 73 (6), 503-513, 2004
1452004
Expressing clinical data sets with openEHR archetypes: A solid basis for ubiquitous computing
S Garde, E Hovenga, J Buck, P Knaup
International journal of medical informatics 76, S334-S341, 2007
1182007
Health informatics: an overview
EJS Hovenga, MR Kidd, S Garde
Ios Press, 2010
1102010
Nursing constraint models for electronic health records: a vision for domain knowledge governance
E Hovenga, S Garde, S Heard
International journal of medical informatics 74 (11-12), 886-898, 2005
1082005
Recommendations of the International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA) on education in health and medical informatics
R Haux, P Knaup
Methods of Information in Medicine 39 (03), 267-277, 2000
892000
Building a sustainable health system
E Coiera, EJS Hovenga
Yearbook of medical informatics 16 (01), 11-18, 2007
682007
Skill needs for nurses in their role as health informatics professionals: a survey in the context of global health informatics education
S Garde, D Harrison, E Hovenga
International journal of medical informatics 74 (11-12), 899-907, 2005
592005
Global health informatics education
EJS Hovenga, J Mantas
IOS Press, 2004
59*2004
Health and Medical Informatics education: transformation of health care through innovative use of information technology for 21 century
R Haux, W Swinkels, KC Lun
Int J. Med Informatics 50, 1-300, 1998
56*1998
Globalisation of health and medical informatics education—what are the issues?
EJS Hovenga
International journal of medical informatics 73 (2), 101-109, 2004
442004
Importance of achieving semantic interoperability for national health information systems
EJS Hovenga
Texto & Contexto-Enfermagem 17 (1), 158-167, 2008
332008
Technology informatics guiding education reform–TIGER: an international recommendation framework of core competencies in health informatics for nurses
U Hübner, T Shaw, J Thye, N Egbert, H de Fatima Marin, P Chang, ...
Methods of information in medicine 57 (Suppl 1), e30, 2018
322018
Can openEHR archetypes empower multi-centre clinical research?
S Garde, P Knaup, T Schuler, E Hovenga
Studies in health technology and informatics 116, 971-976, 2005
322005
Nursing language–terminology models for nurses
VK Saba, E Hovenga, A Coenen, K McCormick, S Bakken
ISO Bull 34, 16-18, 2003
322003
Embedding nursing informatics education into an Australian undergraduate nursing degree
E Cummings, EH Shin, C Mather, E Hovenga
Studies in health technology and informatics 225, 329-333, 2016
302016
Building health informatics skills for health professionals: results from the Australian Health Informatics Skill Needs Survey
S Garde, D Harrison, M Huque, EJS Hovenga
Australian Health Review 30 (1), 34-45, 2006
302006
Towards sustainability of health information systems: how can we define, measure and achieve it?
S Garde, CM Hullin, R Chen, T Schuler, J Granz, P Knaup, EJS Hovenga
Medinfo 2007: Proceedings of the 12th World Congress on Health (Medical …, 2007
292007
3.1. Current and Future Trends in Teaching and Learning
EJS Hovenga, L Bricknell
Global health informatics education 109, 131, 2004
282004
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