Journal of Trends in Computer Science and Smart Technology

2021 ◽  
1997 ◽  
Vol 42 (11) ◽  
pp. 1007-1008
Rodney L. Lowman

2008 ◽  
Donald D. Davis ◽  
Shannon K. Meert ◽  
Debra A. Major ◽  
Janis V. Sanchez-Hucles ◽  
Sandra J. Deloatch

2011 ◽  
Edusmildo Orozco ◽  
Rafael Arce-Nazario ◽  
Peter Musial ◽  
Cynthia Lucena-Roman ◽  
Zoraida Santiago

1978 ◽  
Vol 17 (01) ◽  
pp. 28-35
F. T. De Dombal

This paper discusses medical diagnosis from the clinicians point of view. The aim of the paper is to identify areas where computer science and information science may be of help to the practising clinician. Collection of data, analysis, and decision-making are discussed in turn. Finally, some specific recommendations are made for further joint research on the basis of experience around the world to date.

1989 ◽  
Vol 28 (04) ◽  
pp. 273-280 ◽  
J. Möhr

Abstract:This paper reviews different concepts of medical informatics and identifies two families of approaches to education in it: a “specialist” approach, whereby medical informatics is taught as a specialization track for established disciplines like medicine, computer science, nursing, engineering, etc., and a “generalistic” approach, whereby it is taught as an integrated discipline incorporating essential traits of the aforementioned disciplines. The pros and cons of these approaches are outlined. The need to accommodate specific requirements of education is emphasized and these are identified, together with an outline of particular challenges that we are facing.

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