Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association: JAMIA
(ISSN: 1067-5027, 1527-974X)
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Articles Available on Medscape
- Patient-Provider Communication and Trust in Relation to Use of an Online Patient Portal Among Diabetes Patients
- Patient-Generated Secure Messages and eVisits on a Patient Portal
- Privacy Policies for Health Social Networking Sites
- Electronic Medical Records and the Transgender Patient
- Secure Messaging and Diabetes Management
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association: JAMIA's Latest Table of Contents
2016 - 23 (4)
- The scope of health informatics and the Advanced Health Informatics Certification.
- Eligibility requirements for advanced health informatics certification.
- Creating advanced health informatics certification.
- Focusing on informatics education.
- Special focus on precision medicine informatics and education.
- The organization and content of informatics doctoral dissertations.
- Health informatics and analytics - building a program to integrate business analytics across clinical and administrative disciplines.
- Assessment-based health informatics curriculum improvement.
- Precision medicine informatics.
- Early experiences of accredited clinical informatics fellowships.
- Interactive use of online health resources: a comparison of consumer and professional questions.
- Text mining for precision medicine: automating disease-mutation relationship extraction from biomedical literature.
- Development and implementation of a multitiered health informatics curriculum in a college of pharmacy.
- Will they participate? Predicting patients' response to clinical trial invitations in a pediatric emergency department.
- Core informatics competencies for clinical and translational scientists: what do our customers and collaborators need to know?
- An informatics research agenda to support precision medicine: seven key areas.
- Electronic medical record phenotyping using the anchor and learn framework.
- A bioinformatics approach for precision medicine off-label drug drug selection among triple negative breast cancer patients.
- Automated identification of molecular effects of drugs (AIMED).
- An in silico framework for integrating epidemiologic and genetic evidence with health care applications: ventilation-related pneumothorax as a case illustration.
- Developing new pathways into the biomedical informatics field: the AMIA High School Scholars Program.
- Developing knowledge resources to support precision medicine: principles from the Clinical Pharmacogenetics Implementation Consortium (CPIC).
- IMPACT: a whole-exome sequencing analysis pipeline for integrating molecular profiles with actionable therapeutics in clinical samples.
- Pragmatic precision oncology: the secondary uses of clinical tumor molecular profiling.
- A network-based drug repositioning infrastructure for precision cancer medicine through targeting significantly mutated genes in the human cancer genomes.
- SMART precision cancer medicine: a FHIR-based app to provide genomic information at the point of care.
- Automated eligibility screening and monitoring for genotype-driven precision oncology trials.
- Extracting genetic alteration information for personalized cancer therapy from ClinicalTrials.gov.
- CUSTOM-SEQ: a prototype for oncology rapid learning in a comprehensive EHR environment.
- Sociocultural variation in attitudes toward use of genetic information and participation in genetic research by race in the United States: implications for precision medicine.
- Precision medicine: opportunities, possibilities, and challenges for patients and providers.