4 edition of Human, social, and organizational aspects of health information systems found in the catalog.
Human, social, and organizational aspects of health information systems
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||A.W. Kushniruk and E.M. Borycki, editors.|
|Contributions||Kushniruk, A. W., Borycki, Elizabeth, 1968-|
|LC Classifications||RA971.6 .H86 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007045014|
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Human, Social and Organizational Aspects of Health Information Systems Edited by Andre Kushniruk (University of Victoria, Victoria, Canada) and Elizabeth Borycki (University of Victoria, Victoria, Canada) Preface ¿ by Andre Kushniruk (University of Victoria, Victoria, Canada) and Elizabeth Borycki (University of Victoria, Victoria, Canada) Part 1 ¿ Usability and Human-Computer Interaction in.
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