Medical Informatics Europe 81

Third Congress of the European Federation of Medical Informatics Proceedings, Toulouse, France March 9–13, 1981

  • Francois Grémy
  • Patrice Degoulet
  • Barry Barber
  • Roger Salamon

Part of the Lecture Notes in Medical Informatics book series (LNMED, volume 11)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XXIII
  2. Review Papers

  3. National and regional data systems and planning

    1. Matti Kataja, Matti Aho
      Pages 66-73
    2. J. S. Bryden, D. Davidson, A. C. Marr, I. McQueen, A. G. Melville, J. Rankin
      Pages 74-84
    3. K. Schuurman
      Pages 101-107
    4. Alain Saucier, Jean-Marc Brodeur, André-Pierre Contandriopoulos, Gilles Dussault
      Pages 108-116
    5. Eero Linnakko, Hilkka Seppälä, Esko Hillebrand
      Pages 117-125
  4. National and regional data systems and planning II

    1. P. M. Manacorda, P. Pietroboni
      Pages 130-137
    2. Alastair M. Gray
      Pages 138-142
    3. A. R. Shah, S. J. Foot, J. Hollowell
      Pages 143-150

About these proceedings

Introduction

The European Federation for Medical Informatics has established itself as a regional body coordinating activity in medical informatics. The Congress in Toulouse, MIE-81, from 9 - 13 March 1981, is the third congress in the ser ies following MIE-78 in Cambr idge, and MIB-79 in Berlin with a gap during 1980 for the world congress MEDINFO-80 in Tokyo. The rationale behind all these congresses is the scientific need to share results and ideas and the educational need to train a wide variety of professional staff in the potential of health care and medical informatics. All the caring professions are involved, doctors, scientists, nurses, para-medical staff, administrators, health care planners, community physicians, epidemiologists, statisticians, operations analysts together with specialists from the computing profession dealing with system analysis, hardware, software, languages, data-bases and the marketing of systems. Medical Informatics is a very wide subject with ramifications throughout the health care and preventive services; it offers a key to the monitoring and improvement of patient care and to the provision of a healthier environment. The collection and evaluation of relevant data improves our understanding of the ways in which health care is provided while the availability of cheaper computer hardware and more versatile software enables us to design and implement more revealing and intelligent medical systems. Even though typical systems take a substantial amount of time to design, implement and evaluate, there is the continuing need for informaticians to assess the current state of developmen.

Keywords

Medizinische Informatik Radiologieinformationssystem cancer classification diagnostics epidemiological epidemiology medical informatics prevention

Editors and affiliations

  • Francois Grémy
    • 1
  • Patrice Degoulet
    • 1
  • Barry Barber
    • 2
  • Roger Salamon
    • 3
  1. 1.Départment de Biophysique et de BiomathématiquesFaculté de Médecine PITIE-SALPETRIEREParis 13èmeFrance
  2. 2.North East Thames Regional Health AuthorityLondonGreat Britain
  3. 3.Département InformatiqueUniversité BORDEAUX IIBordeaux CedexFrance

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-93169-7
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1981
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-10568-8
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-93169-7
  • Series Print ISSN 0172-7788
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