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Health Information: A Role for Public Access Systems?

Journal of Information Science Volume 23, Number 3, ISSN 1352-7460


A survey examined the degree to which community information systems provide consumer health information in the United Kingdom. Discusses the extent and nature of this information versus government requirements; operational details; non-healthcare information; management and decision making; procedures for updating information; health information provided and its source; and future plans to extend services. (AEF)


Stevens, C.A. (1997). Health Information: A Role for Public Access Systems?. Journal of Information Science, 23(3), 175. Retrieved January 28, 2020 from .

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