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MJA

Volume 171 Issue 10

15 November 1999

Editorials

  • The impact of culture on technology Enrico Coiera (MJA 1999; 171: 508-509)
  • Female sterilisation Gabor T Kovacs, Maxwell W Brinsmead (MJA 1999; 171: 509-510)
  • The "Lost Generation": IT education for healthcare professionals Michael R Kidd, Wendy McPhee (MJA 1999; 171: 510-511)
  • The communication revolution: winners and losers Martin B Van Der Weyden, Ruth M Armstrong, Mabel Chew (MJA 1999; 171: 512)

Clinical Practice

Diagnosis

Communicating Evidence

  • Electronic prescribing and computer-assisted decision support systems Andrew M Nolan, Carol A Norquay, Jonathan G A Dartnell, Ken J Harvey (MJA 1999; 171: 541-543)
  • The Clinical Information Access Project Dianne H M Ayres, Michelle M Wensley (MJA 1999; 171: 544-546)
  • Providing evidence-based answers to clinical questions. A pilot information service for general practitioners John A Hayward, Susan M Wearne, Philippa F Middleton, Chris A Silagy, David P Weller, Jenny A Doust (MJA 1999; 171: 547-550)

Evaluation

  • Health technology assessment in Australia David Weedon (MJA 1999; 171: 551-552)
  • Assessing new health technologies: lessons to be learned from drugs David A Henry, Suzanne R Hill (MJA 1999; 171: 554-556)
  • "Picking winners": assessing new health technology Jeremy N Anderson, Paul A Fennessy, Gabby A Fennessy, Rosa L Schattner, Elizabeth A Burrows (MJA 1999; 171: 557-559)

Law

  • Telehealth: opportunities and liabilities Robert D Milstein (MJA 1999; 171: 561-562)
  • Medicolegal risk in telemedicine: risk control in teleradiology Steve M Pickett, George W van der Heide (MJA 1999; 171: 563-565)

Letter

  • Digital camera and the Internet: bringing the patient home Tam Dieu, Simon R Donahoe (MJA 1999; 171: 567)