Inter-professional electronic documents and child health: A study of persisting non-electronic communication in the use of electronic documents
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- Allen, Davina, 2009. "From boundary concept to boundary object: The practice and politics of care pathway development," Social Science & Medicine, Elsevier, vol. 69(3), pages 354-361, August.
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- Chris Kimble, 2014. "Electronic Health Records: Cure-all or Chronic Condition?," Post-Print hal-00985175, HAL.
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KeywordsChild health; Information and communication technologies; Inter-professional electronic documents; Non-electronic communication; Health professionals; Finland; England;
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