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HIFA Citations (Informal)

HIFA Citations (Informal) are bibliographic records of relevant publications excluding those from peer-reviewed journals. Relevant publications are those that help us to answer one or more of the following questions:
1. What are the healthcare information and learning needs of different groups of healthcare providers in different settings?
2. What are the barriers and drivers to meeting those needs?
3. What must be done - and how - to improve the availability and use of relevant, reliable, actionable healthcare information?

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Year published: 2017
Author(s): Compassion in Dying
Year published: 2017
Author(s): Cyrille Pluyette
Year published: 2017
Author(s): WHO Health Workforce Department
Year published: 2017
Author(s): World Health Organization
Year published: 2017
Author(s): Asa Cuzin-Kihl, Mario Festin, Leopold Ouedraogo et al.
Year published: 2016
Author(s): Benoit Varenne, Khady Kâ, Abdikamal Alisalad et al.
Year published: 2014
Author(s): IntraHealth International
Year published: 2014
Author(s): James Heilman
Year published: 2014
Author(s): World Organisation of Family Doctors
Year published: 2014
Author(s): 'Do doctors understand test results?' http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-28166019 By William Kremer BBC World Service Healthcare professionals and patients alike may have access to health statistics - for example, on the internet or in patient information leaflets - but actually understanding them fully in order to make informed choices may be a bit tricker. 'Are doctors confused by statistics? A new book by one prominent statistician says they are - and that this makes it hard for patients to make informed decisions about treatment...' 'Do doctors understand test results?' http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-28166019 By William Kremer BBC World Service Healthcare professionals and patients alike may have access to health statistics - for example, on the internet or in patient information leaflets - but actually understanding them fully in order to make informed choices may be a bit tricker. 'Are doctors confused by statistics? A new book by one prominent statistician says they are - and that this makes it hard for patients to make informed decisions about treatment...' William Kremer