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Cancer informatics : essential technologies for clinical trials

Author: John S Silva
Publisher: New York : Springer, ©2002.
Series: Health informatics.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Describes the National Cancer Institute's vision of a Cancer Informatics Infrastructure (CII). This book highlights: E-commerce; digital libraries; standards development; public health informatics;  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John S Silva
ISBN: 0387953280 9780387953281
OCLC Number: 47073214
Description: xxvi, 377 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: Ch. 1. Translating cancer research into cancer care: final report of the long range planning committee --
Ch. 2. Visions of the future --
Ch. 3. Clinical trials in practice --
Ch. 4. Cancer informatics: lessons from the world of e-Business --
Ch. 5. Security and privacy --
Ch. 6. Digital libraries and scholarly communication --
Ch. 7. Cancer data, information standards, and convergent efforts --
Ch. 8. Toward terminology as infrastructure --
Ch. 9. Clinical terminologies for data analysis and structured data entry --
Ch. 10. Information standards within the National Cancer Institute --
Ch. 11. CDE development model for chest CT screening for lung cancer --
Ch. 12. Pathology standards in cancer informatics --
Ch. 13. Clinical information interchange with health level seven --
Ch. 14. The health level seven reference information model --
Ch. 15. HIPAA administrative simplification standards: provisions of the final privacy rule related to clinical trials --
Ch. 16. Toward a shared representation of clinical trial protocols: application of the GLIF guideline modeling framework --
Ch. 17. Informatics for cancer prevention and control --
Ch. 18. Selection of oncology information systems --
Ch. 19. Clinical state diagrams and informatics tools for clinical trial protocols --
Ch. 20. Support for the cancer patient: an Internet model --
Ch. 21. Increasing clinical trial awareness and accrual via the Web --
Ch. 22. ClinicalTrials.gov: linking patients to medical research --
Ch. 23. The National Cancer Institute's net Trials --
Ch. 24. iN: a community-based cancer informatics and clinical trials network --
Ch. 25. Consumer health informatics --
Ch. 26. An Internet-based data system for outcomes research.
Series Title: Health informatics.
Responsibility: editors, John S. Silva [and others] ; with a foreword by Richard D. Klausner.
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