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2017, First edition., ISBN 0198744137, xiv, 196 pages
Electronic health records are widely regarded as the 'connective tissue' of any modern healthcare system. For some they represent a 'dangerous enthusiasm' and... 
Access control | Medical records | Data processing | Moral and ethical aspects
Book
2013, 1st ed., ISBN 9780199557721, xxiv, 208
Over the past decade, putting public services on-line has been a focus of huge policy and financial investments aimed at providing more joined-up service... 
Electronic government information | Internet in public administration | public management
Book
1999, Management of technology and innovation, ISBN 9780415179997, ix, 188
Creative Technological Change draws upon a wide range of thinking from organisational theory, innovation studies and the sociology of technology. It explores... 
Economic aspects | Technological innovations | Management | Business & Management | Management of Technology | BUSINESSnetBASE | MANAGEMENTnetBASE | Organizational Studies | Internet & Multimedia - Computing & IT | INFORMATIONSCIENCEnetBASE
Book
01/2017, First edition, ISBN 0198744137, 211
Electronic health records are widely regarded as the 'connective tissue' of any modern healthcare system. For some they represent a 'dangerous enthusiasm' and... 
Medical records | Data processing
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by Jankowski, Janusz A Z and de Caestecker, John and Love, Sharon B and Reilly, Gavin and Watson, Peter and Sanders, Scott and Ang, Yeng and Morris, Danielle and Bhandari, Pradeep and Brooks, Claire and Attwood, Stephen and Harrison, Rebecca and Barr, Hugh and Moayyedi, Paul and Ragunath, Krish and Rameh, Bashir and Fullarton, Grant and Tucker, Art and Penman, Ian and Rodgers, Colin and Neale, James and Edwards, Cathryn and Wise, Adelyn and Jones, Stephen and Church, Nicholas and Vaidya, Kishor and Balata, Sherzad and Todd, John and Gibbons, Michael and Johnston, David and Johnston, Simon Douglas and Anderson, Mark and Davies, Gareth and Dickey, William and Murdock, Andrew and Turner, Graham and Goddard, Andrew and Gore, Stephen and Haigh, Chris and Harding, Timothy and Jackson, Lucina and Murray, Iain and Worthingon, Joy and Lee, Thomas and Lim, Peik Loon and McLoughlin, James and Macdonald, Christopher and Mairs, Philip and Monk, David and Preston, Sean and Pugh, Stirling and Smart, Howard and Soliman, Ashraf and Isaacs, Peter and Aldulaimi, David and Trudgill, Nigel and Teare, Julian and Benhamida, Abduljalil and Bell, Andrew and Boulton-Jones, Robert and Daneshmend, Tawfique and Suzuki, Hisaharu and Cullen, Sue and Fitzgerald, Rebecca and Ransford, Rupert and Rahman, Mohammad Mesbahur and Tebala, Giovanni Domenico and Hallissey, Michael and Kelly, Carrie and Kelly, Sean and Hickish, Tamas and Taha, Ali and Rademaker, Johan and Whitehead, Mark and Phull, Perminder and Sharma, Naveen and Perry, Ian and Sankara-Raman, Vankatraman and Ali, Haythem and Khan, Iqbal and Curtis, Howard and Wadley, Martin and Stone, Adam and Sukumaran, Sumesh and Higham, Andrew and Lewis, Stephen and Haycock, Adam and Usselmann, Bernhard and Tham, Tony and Campbell, Stewart and Douds, Andrew and Dunn, Jason and Sargeant, Ian and Narain, Mark and Maynard, Nick and Chilton, Andrew and Green, Susi and Loft, Duncan and Decadt, Bart and Mendall, Michael and ... and AspECT Trial Team
The Lancet, ISSN 0140-6736, 08/2018, Volume 392, Issue 10145, pp. 400 - 408
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by Al-Shahi Salman, Rustam and Minks, David P and Minks, David and Mitra, Dipayan and Rodrigues, Mark A and Bhatnagar, Priya and du Plessis, Johannes and du Plessis, Johann C and Joshi, Yogish and Dennis, Martin S and Dennis, Martin and Murray, Gordon D and Newby, David E and Sandercock, Peter A G and Sprigg, Nikola and Stephen, Jacqueline and Sudlow, Cathie and Sudlow, Cathie L M and Werring, David and Werring, David J and Whiteley, William N and Whiteley, William and Wardlaw, Joanna M and White, Julie and White, Philip M and White, James and White, Susan and Baigent, Colin and Lasserson, Daniel and Sullivan, Frank and Carrie, Johanna and Rojas, Javier and Amoils, Shannon and Bamford, John and Armitage, Jane and Rinkel, Gabriel and Lowe, Gordon and Emberson, Jonathan and Innes, Karen and Dinsmore, Lynn and Drever, Jonathan and Williams, Rebecca and Williams, Carol and Perry, David and Perry, Jack and McGill, Connor and Buchanan, David and Walker, Susannah and Walker, Marion and Walker, Pauli and Walker, Allan and Hutchison, Aidan and Matthews, Christopher and Fraser, Ruth and McGrath, Aileen and Deary, Ann and Anderson, Rosemary and Hansen, Christian and Parker, Richard and Rodriguez, Aryelly and Macleod, Malcolm and Gattringer, Thomas and Palmer, Jeb and Sakka, Eleni and Adil-Smith, Jennifer and Lerpiniere, Christine and O'Brien, Eoin and O'Brien, Richard and Burgess, Seona and Burgess, Laura and Mead, Denise and Mead, Gillian and Paulton, Ruth and Doubal, Fergus and McCormick, Katrina and Hunter, Neil and Hunter, Annemarie and Taylor, Vicky and Taylor, Pat and Parakramawansha, Ruwan and Blair, Caroline and Blair, Gordon and MacRaild, Allan and Parry-Jones, Adrian and Johnes, Mary and Lee, Stephanie and Shaw, Louise and Shaw, Kelly Marie and Burger, Ilse and Punter, Martin and Ingham, Andrea and Perez, Jane and Naing, Zin and Morell, Jordi and Marsden, Tracy and Hall, Andrea and Marshall, Sally and Harrison, Thomas and Harrison, Melanie and Harrison, Louise and ... and RESTART Collaboration
The Lancet Neurology, ISSN 1474-4422, 07/2019, Volume 18, Issue 7, pp. 643 - 652
Findings from the RESTART trial suggest that starting antiplatelet therapy might reduce the risk of recurrent symptomatic intracerebral haemorrhage compared... 
MICROBLEEDS | SUPERFICIAL SIDEROSIS | SIGNS | AMYLOID ANGIOPATHY | ACUTE ISCHEMIC-STROKE | ANTITHROMBOTIC THERAPY | ASPIRIN | CLINICAL NEUROLOGY | Atrophy | Neuroimaging | Anticoagulants | Stroke | Aspirin | Statistical analysis | Medical imaging | Magnetic resonance imaging | Computed tomography | Biomarkers | Hemorrhage
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by Dennis, Martin and Mead, Gillian and Mead, Denise and Forbes, John and Graham, Julie and Graham, Susan and Graham, Libby and Graham, Catriona and Hackett, Maree and Hankey, Graeme J and House, Allan and Lewis, Stephanie and Lundström, Erik and Sandercock, Peter and Innes, Karen and Williams, Carol and Williams, Sandra and Williams, Rhys and Williams, Richard and Williams, Rebecca and Williams, Max and Williams, Sarah and Drever, Jonathan and Mcgrath, Aileen and Deary, Ann and Fraser, Greig and Fraser, Ruth and Anderson, Rosemary and Walker, Rachel and Walker, Elaine and Walker, Pauli and Walker, Susannah and Perry, David and Perry, Jack and Mcgill, Connor and Buchanan, David and Chun, Yvonne and Dinsmore, Lynn and Maschauer, Emma and Barugh, Amanda and Mikhail, Shadia and Blair, Gordon and Hoeritzauer, Ingrid and Scott, Jon and Scott, Rhona and Scott, Maggie and Lawrence, Tara and Lawrence, Katherine and Shaw, Alison and Williamson, Sue and Williamson, Judith and Burgess, David and Burgess, Seona and Burgess, Laura and Macleod, Fiona and Macleod, Malcolm and Macleod, Mary Joan and Morales, Dan and Sullivan, Frank and Brady, Marian and French, Ray and Van Wijck, Frederike and Watkins, Caroline and Proudfoot, Fiona and Skwarski, Joanna and Mcgowan, Diane and Murphy, Peter and Murphy, Rachael and Rutherford, William and Mccormick, Katrina and Buchan, Ruaridh and Macraild, Allan and Paulton, Ruth and Fazal, Adnan and Taylor, Vicky and Taylor, Caroline and Taylor, Pat and Parakramawansha, Ruwan and Hunter, Neil and Hunter, Nadia and Bamford, Elizabeth and Bamford, John and Waugh, Darren and Waugh, Dean and Veraque, Emelda and Bedford, Caroline and Bedford, Elizabeth and Kambafwile, Mary and Idrovo, Luis and Makawa, Linetty and Smalley, Paula and Randall, Marc and Thirugnana-Chandran, Tharani and Hassan, Hanna and Hassan, Muhammad and Hassan, Ahamad and Vowden, Richard and Jackson, Samantha and Jackson, Tracy and Jackson, Linda and ... and FOCUS Trial Collaboration
The Lancet, ISSN 0140-6736, 01/2019, Volume 393, Issue 10168, pp. 265 - 274
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