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Access to health information

SOURCE INTERNATIONAL INFORMATION SUPPORT CENTRE
2005

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This Key list highlights essential information resources on access to health information. Resources have been selected and reviewed by experts in the field. Any study of access in ICT and health should include a background analysis on digital divide issues generally; then a specific focus on access to health information delivered via ICT -- for health practitioners, researchers and for the public. ICTs present a significant tool for sharing information within various constituencies in the health sector. They also present the opportunity for health professionals in developing countries to access a wide range of medical journals online. Delivery of medical assistance via ICTs make access by the public a key issue

CD-ROMs on health, disability and development

SOURCE INTERNATIONAL INFORMATION SUPPORT CENTRE
2003

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This is a Key list of CD-ROMs relating to international health, disability and development which are available free or at low cost to people in developing countries. CD-ROMs are listed by subject and each entry includes a short abstract and contact details of where to get hold of it. A range of resources are included such as toolkits, manuals, teaching materials, and topic-specific collections of publications and best practices on issues such as malaria, nutrition, HIV/AIDS, etc

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