Journal: IJEH

Volume 4, Issue 3/4

221 -- 235Susan Standing, Craig Standing. Mobile technology and healthcare: the adoption issues and systemic problems
236 -- 243Daniel P. Lorence. The internet and civil disobedience: examining a new form of e-health behaviour
244 -- 256George Demiris, Elaine Wittenberg-Lyles, Debra Parker Oliver, Karen L. Courtney. A survey on the use of technology to support hospice interdisciplinary team meetings
257 -- 266Daniel P. Lorence, Richard Churchill. Communicating e-health research across organisational boundaries: a medical model for temporary or limited communities of practice
267 -- 289Alan D. Smith. Managing the quality of health information using electronic medical records: an exploratory study among clinical physicians
290 -- 298Yao Y. Shieh, Fong Y. Tsai, Mengkai Shieh. The impact of globalisation on teleradiology practice
299 -- 310Nilmini Wickramasinghe, Steve Goldberg. Facilitating superior chronic disease management through a knowledge-based systems development model
311 -- 326Diana Walsh, Katia Passerini, Upkar Varshney, Jerry Fjermestad. Safeguarding patient privacy in electronic healthcare in the USA: the legal view
327 -- 338Mahinda Kommalage, Anoj Thabrew. The use of websites for disseminating health information in developing countries: an experience from Sri Lanka
339 -- 349Yao Y. Shieh, Fong Y. Tsai. Static magnetotherapy for the treatment of insomnia

Volume 4, Issue 2

119 -- 131Ronald Batenburg, Ellert Van den Broek. Pharmacy information systems: the experience and user satisfaction within a chain of Dutch pharmacies
132 -- 152Han-Wen Tuan. Investigation of enablers of knowledge transfer in the medical industry
153 -- 165Alexander McLeod Jr., Eric Epley, Rasa Silenas. Personal identity verification for regional emergency workers
166 -- 183Ju-Ling Hsiao, Rai-Fu Chen, Hsin-Ginn Hwang. The critical factors influencing the successful implementation of mobile nursing stations: a case study in Taiwan
184 -- 207Q. T. Nguyen, Raouf N. Gorgui-Naguib, Mohd Khanapi Abd Ghani, Rajeev K. Bali, Ian M. Marshall, N. H. Phuong, A. B. Culaba, Nilmini Wickramasinghe, M. H. Shaker, R. V. Lee. An analysis of the healthcare informatics and systems in Southeast Asia: a current perspective from seven countries
208 -- 219Yao Y. Shieh, Fong Y. Tsai, Arash Anavim, Mason Shieh, Michael D. Wang, Chao-Ming Charles Lin. Mobile healthcare: the opportunities and challenges

Volume 4, Issue 1

1 -- 23She-I Chang, Chin-Shyh Ou, Cheng-Yuan Ku, Morris Yang. A study of RFID application impacts on medical safety
24 -- 42Sabah Mohammed, Ahmed Orabi, Jinan Fiaidhi, M. Orabi, Rachid Benlamri. Developing a Web 2.0 Telemedical Education System: the AJAX-Cocoon Portal
43 -- 66Alan D. Smith. Biometrics-based service marketing issues: exploring acceptability and risk factors of iris scans associated with registered travel programmes
67 -- 77Mahesh S. Raisinghani, Erika Young. Personal health records: key adoption issues and implications for management
78 -- 104Mohd Khanapi Abd Ghani, Rajeev K. Bali, Raouf N. Gorgui-Naguib, Ian M. Marshall, Nilmini Wickramasinghe. Electronic health records approaches and challenges: a comparison between Malaysia and four East Asian countries
105 -- 118Jorma Jokela, Tomi Simons, Pentti Kuronen, Juha Tammela, Pertti Jalasvirta, Jouni Nurmi, Ville Harkke, Maaret Castren. Implementing RFID technology in a novel triage system during a simulated mass casualty situation