Ubiquitous Health And Medical Informatics: The Ubiquity 2.0 Trend And Beyond, 1st Edition

  • Sabah Mohammed
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  • ISBN-10: 1615207783
  • ISBN-13: 9781615207787
  • DDC: 610.285
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 700 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2010 | Published/Released October 2011
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2010

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This book is specific to the field of medical informatics and ubiquitous health care and highlights the use of new trends based on the new initiatives of Web 2.0.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Editorial Advisory Board.
List of Reviewers.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: Background.
2: Identifying the Emerging e–Health Technologies: To Ubiquity 2.0 and Beyond.
3: Research Issues.
4: Semantic Interoperability: Issue of Standardizing Medical Vocabularies.
5: Personal Health Records: Status–Quo and Future Perspectives.
6: A Framework for Privacy Assurance and Ubiquitous Knowledge Discovery in Health 2.0 Data Mashups.
7: A Semantic Model to Address Health Questions to Professionals in Healthcare Social Networks.
8: An Integrated System for E–Medicine (E–Health, Telemedicine and Medical Expert Systems).
9: Web 2.0 Approaches for Active, Collaborative Learning in Medicine and Health.
10: Integrating Medicinal Learning Objects with Daily Duties.
11: Personal Health Information in the Age of Ubiquitous Health.
12: Healthcare Collaborative Framework Based on Web 2.0, Grid Computing and SOA.
13: An Agent–Based Architecture to Ubiquitous Health.
14: Semantic Web Architecture to Provide E–Health Content and Services.
15: Management Issues.
16: Mobile Virtual Communities in Healthcare: The Chronic Disease Management Case.
17: Privacy Enhancing Technologies in Electronic Health Records.
18: Privacy–Based Multiagent Brokering Architecture for Ubiquitous Healthcare Systems.
19: Managing E–Health in the Age of Web 2.0: The Impact on E–Health Evaluation.
20: Academic Family Health Teams: Collaborative Lessons from the Far Flung North.
21: Applications.
22: The K4Care Platform: Design and Implementation.
23: Electronic Environments for Integrated Care Management: Case of Depression Treatment.
24: Building Virtual Communities for Health Promotion: Emerging Best Practices through an Analysis of the International Health Challenge & Related Literature in Second Life.
25: Dynamic Business Processes and Virtual Communities in Wireless eHealth Environments.
26: Digital Pathology and Virtual Microscopy Integration in E–Health Records.
27: Content–Based Image Retrieval for Digital Mammography.
28: Feature Evaluation and Classification for Content–Based Medical Image Retrieval System.
29: Virtual Reality as an Experiential Tool: The Role of Virtual Worlds in Psychological Interventions.
30: Use of Clinical Simulations to Evaluate the Impact of Health Information Systems and Ubiquitous Computing Devices Upon Health Professional Work.
31: Technology and Human Resources Management in Health Care.
32: The Future.
33: Enabling Technologies and Challenges for the Future of Ubiquitous Health: The Interoperability Framework.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.