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Title: Introductory meeting of the European Public Health Information Network for Eastern Europe (EUPHIN-EAST) : report on a WHO meeting, Bratislava, Slovakia, 10-12 April 1997
Authors: European Public Health Information Network for Eastern Europe . Meeting (1st: 1997: Bratislava, Slovakia)
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe
Issue Date: 1998
Publisher: Copenhagen : WHO Regional Office for Europe
Language: English
Russian
Abstract: The European Commission (DGXIII - Telematics and Health Unit) and the WHO Regional Office for Europe have started a two-year project (1997-1998) to develop a public health information network for eastern Europe. The project is a concerted action by 23 countries of central and eastern Europe and the newly independent states of the former USSR. Its purpose is to investigate the feasibility and applicability of a European Public Health Information Network for Eastern Europe (EUPHIN-EAST) that would be able to interlink national health databases and make their data easily accessible to national and international users. An Introductory Meeting was held to discuss and assess the conditions in each country for the implementation of the main goals of the project. The specific objectives were: to inform partners about telematics developments in the European Union; to present the EUPHIN-EAST project; to agree on a two-year work plan; to present, discuss and agree on the proposed Network design and architecture; to initiate the study on the telematics infrastructures and user requirements, using a questionnaire; to initiate development of national health indicator databases (with software); and to initiate the database specifications for the national servers
Description: EUR/ICP/INFO 02 01 08(A)
13 p.
Subject: Public Health
Information Systems
Health Status Indicators
Databases, Factual
Software
Commonwealth of Independent States
Europe, Eastern
metadata.dc.subject.other: Information Systems and Communication
Gov't Doc #: EUR/ICP/INFO 02 01 08(A)
URI: http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/108063
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