Graham Wright
Graham Wright
Visiting Professor, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa
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Recommendations of the International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA) on education in biomedical and health informatics
J Mantas, E Ammenwerth, G Demiris, A Hasman, R Haux, W Hersh, ...
Methods of information in medicine 49 (02), 105-120, 2010
Organizational issues in health informatics: a model approach
J Aarts, V Peel, G Wright
International journal of medical informatics 52 (1-3), 235-242, 1998
What is eHealth (5): a research agenda for eHealth through stakeholder consultation and policy context review
R Jones, R Rogers, J Roberts, L Callaghan, L Lindsey, J Campbell, ...
Journal of medical Internet research 7 (5), e456, 2005
Knowledge and attitudes of nurses in community health centres about electronic medical records
D O'Mahony, G Wright, P Yogeswaran, F Govere
curationis 37 (1), 1-6, 2014
Primary care computing in England and Scotland: a comparison with Denmark.
D Protti, G Wright, S Treweek, I Johansen
Informatics in primary care 14 (2), 2006
Effects of electronic health record implementation and barriers to adoption and use: a scoping review and qualitative analysis of the content
CH Tsai, A Eghdam, N Davoody, G Wright, S Flowerday, S Koch
Life 10 (12), 327, 2020
The effect of the Xpert MTB/RIF test on the time to MDR-TB treatment initiation in a rural setting: a cohort study in South Africa’s Eastern Cape Province
J Iruedo, D O’Mahony, S Mabunda, G Wright, B Cawe
BMC infectious diseases 17 (1), 1-9, 2017
IMIA Recommendations on Education Task Force Recommendations of the International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA) on education in biomedical and health informatics …
J Mantas, E Ammenwerth, G Demiris, A Hasman, R Haux, W Hersh, ...
Methods Inf Med 49 (2), 105-20, 2010
Diabetic patients' perspectives on the challenges of glycaemic control
G Wright, OV Adeniyi, P Yogeswaran, B Longo-Mbenza
African journal of primary health care and family medicine 7 (1), 1-8, 2015
EHR implementation in South Africa: How do we get it right?
P Yogeswaran, G Wright
MEDINFO 2010, 396-400, 2010
Why are babies born before arrival at health facilities in King Sabata Dalindyebo Local Municipality, Eastern Cape, South Africa? A qualitative study
AA Alabi, D O'Mahony, G Wright, MJ Ntsaba
African Journal of Primary Health Care & Family Medicine 7 (1), 1-9, 2015
Intestinal helminth infections amongst HIV-infected adults in Mthatha General Hospital, South Africa
OA Adeleke, P Yogeswaran, G Wright
African Journal of Primary Health Care and Family Medicine 7 (1), 1-7, 2015
Biomedical informatics: we are what we publish
PL Elkin, SH Brown, G Wright
Methods of Information in Medicine 52 (06), 538-546, 2013
Electronic health information systems for public health care in South Africa: a review of current operational systems
G Wright, D O'Mahony, L Cilliers
Journal of Health Informatics in Africa 4 (1), 2017
Open source and healthcare in Europe–Time to put leading edge ideas into practice
PJ Murray, G Wright, T Karopka, H Betts, A Orel
Medical Informatics in a United and Healthy Europe, 963-967, 2009
Towards open collaborative health informatics-The role of free/libre open source principles
T Karopka, H Schmuhl, A Marcelo, J Dal Molin, G Wright
Yearbook of Medical Informatics 20 (01), 63-72, 2011
Health data ownership and data quality: clinics in the Nyandeni District, Eastern Cape, South Africa
G Wright, A Odama
Engineering Management Research 1 (2), 146, 2012
Routine data for disease surveillance in the undeveloped region of the or tambo district of the eastern cape province.
C Kabuya, G Wright, A Odama, D O'Mahoney
Studies in health technology and informatics 197, 103-107, 2014
Discussion of “Biomedical Infor-matics: We Are What We Publish”
A Geissbuhler, WE Hammond, A Hasman, R Hussein, R Koppel, ...
Methods of Information in Medicine 52 (06), 547-562, 2013
The development of the IMIA knowledge base
G Wright
South African Journal of Information Management 13 (1), 1-5, 2011
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