Neil Pakenham-Walsh

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Publications

  1. doi request reprint Towards a collective understanding of the information needs of health care providers in low-income countries, and how to meet them
    Neil Pakenham-Walsh
    Global Healthcare Information Network, Charlbury, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
    J Health Commun 17:9-17. 2012
  2. pmc Information needs of health care workers in developing countries: a literature review with a focus on Africa
    Neil Pakenham Walsh
    Global Healthcare Information Network, Charlbury, Oxford, UK
    Hum Resour Health 7:30. 2009
  3. ncbi request reprint Information technology for health in developing countries
    Frederick Bukachi
    Global Healthcare Information Network, Charlbury, Oxfordshire, UK
    Chest 132:1624-30. 2007

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Publications3

  1. doi request reprint Towards a collective understanding of the information needs of health care providers in low-income countries, and how to meet them
    Neil Pakenham-Walsh
    Global Healthcare Information Network, Charlbury, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
    J Health Commun 17:9-17. 2012
    ..This can be done at the country level but must be accompanied by an international effort including knowledge networks such as Healthcare Information for All by 2015 involving diverse individuals and organizations...
  2. pmc Information needs of health care workers in developing countries: a literature review with a focus on Africa
    Neil Pakenham Walsh
    Global Healthcare Information Network, Charlbury, Oxford, UK
    Hum Resour Health 7:30. 2009
    ..Improving the availability and use of relevant, reliable health care information has enormous potential to radically improve health care worldwide...
  3. ncbi request reprint Information technology for health in developing countries
    Frederick Bukachi
    Global Healthcare Information Network, Charlbury, Oxfordshire, UK
    Chest 132:1624-30. 2007
    ..Thus, to harness the full potential of ICTs to the benefit of health systems, health workers, and patients will demand an intricate mix of old and new technologies...