Attitudes of health professionals to using routinely collected clinical data for performance feedback and personalised professional development.

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Summary of "Attitudes of health professionals to using routinely collected clinical data for performance feedback and personalised professional development."

To learn the attitudes of health professionals, health informaticians and information communication technology professionals to using data in electronic health records (eHRs) for performance feedback and professional development.


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Name: The Medical journal of Australia
ISSN: 1326-5377
Pages: S17-S21


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