versão impressa ISSN 0042-9686
Bull World Health Organ vol.90 no.5 Genebra Mai. 2012
IN THIS MONTH'S BULLETIN
In the editorials of this special theme issue on e-health, Najeeb Al-Shorbaji & Antoine Geissbuhler (322) discuss how to establish an evidence base for e-health, while JEWC van Gemert-Pijnen et al. (323) look at ways to improve the credibility of e-health technologies.
In the news section, Claire Keeton (326-327) examines ways of measuring e-health impact, while Michael Dumiak (328-329) looks into the future of e-health. In an interview, five leading e-health thinkers (330-331) debate key challenges in the field.
e-health in low and middle-income countries
Trevor Lewis et al. (332-340) present findings from the Center for Health Market Innovations.
Changing behaviour through m-health
Harsha Thirumurthy & Richard T Lester (390-392) see how m-health can be used in resource-limited areas.
Health research and the public good
John-Arne Røttingen et al. (398-400) examine how to secure research in developing countries.
e-health boons and barriers
Frances S Mair et al. (357-364) examine factors that promote or inhibit e-health implementation.
m-health: care in your pocket
Alastair van Heerden et al. (393-394) offer a research agenda.
Impact of e-health
John D Piette et al. (365-372) discuss the next step for e-health in low and middle-income countries.
S Yunkap Kwankam (395-397) says organized national infrastructure is needed for e-health.