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|Title:||The Australian Medicines Handbook and its controlling vocabularies|
|Citation:||M.D. Computing, 1997; 14(2):107-113|
|Abstract:||The Australian Medicines Handbook is intended to serve as an independent peer-reviewed knowledge resource for health care providers. A printed handbook is planned first, followed by electronic products. Information about medication will be dissected and entered into a detailed database, whose elemental nature should make it "computer understandable." The terms used in the database will be cross-referenced to preferred terms. Thus, the vocabulary will be controlled. The handbook will be printed directly from the database with use of database publishing techniques.|
|Keywords:||Humans; Peer Review; Software; Vocabulary, Controlled; Drug Information Services; Information Systems; Medical Informatics Computing; Australia|
|Appears in Collections:||Pharmacology publications|
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