A New Edition of JAMA Is Now Available

April 1, 2019

JAMA Open (vol. 1, no. 2, 2018) is available online by subscription only.

Articles include:

  • “Finding the Patient in Informatics” by Indra Neil Sarkar
  • “Next Generation Pathways into Biomedical Informatics: Lessons from 10 Years of the Vanderbilt Biomedical Informatics Summer Internship Program” by Kim M Unertl et al.
  • “Characteristics of the Healthcare Information Technology Workforce in the HITECH Era: Underestimated in Size, Still Growing, and Adapting to Advanced Uses” by William R Hersh, Keith W Boone, and Annette M Totten
  • “Research Participation Preferences as Expressed through a Patient Portal: Implications of Demographic Characteristics” by Jihad S Obeid et al.
  • “Implementation of Electronic Charting Is Not Associated with Significant Change in Physician Productivity in an Academic Emergency Department” by Dusadee Sarangarm
  • “Using Electronic Health Records to Characterize Prescription Patterns: Focus on Antidepressants in Nonpsychiatric Outpatient Settings” by Joseph J Deferio et al.
  • “Learning Optimal Opioid Prescribing and Monitoring: A Simulation Study of Medical Residents” by Thomas G Kannampallil et al.
  • “If You Build It, They May Not Come: Modifiable Barriers to Patient Portal Use among Pre- and Post-Kidney Transplant Patients” by Mark B Lockwood et al.
  • “Trends in Anesthesiology Research: A Machine Learning Approach to Theme Discovery and Summarization” by Alexander Rusanov, Riccardo Miotto, and Chunhua Weng

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