Computers in Healthcare Education
"Managing the Information Mosaic"
Concurrent Sessions - Friday
Friday, 10:00 AM
Track: Exploring the WWW and Other Internet Tools (Solis-Cohen Auditorium)
Edward V. Michalak III, BS, BA, MS and David A. Gitlin, BA, MA, MS
JEFFLINE - The Information System of Thomas Jefferson University - Migration to a Client/Server Version Using NCSA Mosaic and Lynx.
Track: Telemedicine and Distance Learning (Rm 407 JAH)
Laura Hardin, DVM, MS
Computerized Data Acquisition by Family Medicine Students in Rural Clinical Clerkships
Track: Multimedia & Information Resource Management (Rm 207 JAH)
Jacqueline H. Trolley and Sina Adibi
The Electronic Library: A Pre-Beta Cooperative Venture
Track: New Technologies in Education & Research (Rm 307 JAH)
Rodger Marion, Ph.D. and Bruce R. Niebuhr, Ph.D.
Teaching Collaborative Patient Management Using Computer-based Simulations of a Future Health Care Environment
Friday, 2:00 PM
Track: Exploring the WWW and Other Internet Tools (Rm 207 JAH)
Michael T. Provost, VMD
Adapting a World Wide Web Server for Use in an Educational Environment
Track: Telemedicine and Distance Learning (Rm 307 JAH)
Martha R. Tarrant, BA, MS and Patricia M. Shannon
A Blueprint for Home Health Care Support via the Internet and the World Wide Web
Track: Multimedia & Information Resource Management (Rm 407 JAH)
George R. Thoma, Ph.D., Katherine F. Willis, Ph.D., and Anita Wagner, BA, MS
Panel: Access to Document Images over the Internet
Track: New Technologies in Education & Research (Solis-Cohen Auditorium)
Robert Werkman, M.D., et al.
An Electronic Transfusion for The Internal Medicine Clerkship: The University of Tennessee, Memphis experience with medical student learning, creativity, and mentoring through CAI software development using BookSlate*, A HyperCard programming shell.