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Volume 26. Electronic Encyclopaedia of Neonatology

Volume Editor needed. If interested Click here

To see a sample page: Pending

Discussion Links: None specific so far. Use www.eepd.org.uk

Summary

It is the conviction of the creator of the Electronic Encyclopaedia of Perinatal Data that, if we are to make use for the full potential of electronic data in Neonatal Care, there will
be a need for an Electronic Encyclopaedia for each Sub-speciality of medicine; and that the headings in each such an Encyclopaedia will probably need to be similar or the
same as those which have evolved for the EEPD.

With this in mind it seemed worth starting the process by providing an EEPD volume with, in time, links to all relevant material in the original EEPD - hence this volume.

Contents Suggestions

Also in time Suggested Headings for a separate Electronic Encyclopaedia of Neonatal Data

I. DISCUSSION DOCUMENTS Essays on topics currently lost between Acute Hospital Medicine and Medical IT
Several from EEPD?

II. NIGHTMARE Findings in Neonatal Data

III. DATASETS. Neonatal Datasets so far identified
Printed Casenotes / Risk Lists / Requirements / Birth Surveys / Databases / Standard Proformas / Proposals
Both Original Versions and then with the same data items Edited and Re-sorted Chronologically.

IV. Neonatal Data Item RESOURCE Document.
Integration of most Volume III items in Chronological Order with a Detailed Analysis and Comments on each potential item.

V. Neonatal

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