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Knaup-Gregori, Petra

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Works: 24 works in 36 publications in 2 languages and 157 library holdings
Genres: Methods (Music) 
Roles: Contributor, Author, Editor, Other, Director
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Most widely held works by Petra Knaup-Gregori
Medizinische Dokumentation : einführendes Lehrbuch ; mit 12 Tabellen by Florian Leiner( Book )

1 edition published in 1997 in German and held by 40 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

IT-Projektmanagement im Gesundheitswesen Lehrbuch und Projektleitfaden ; taktisches Management von Informationssystemen ; mit 84 Tabellen( Book )

1 edition published in 2015 in German and held by 34 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Biomedizinische Technik by Ute Morgenstern( )

4 editions published in 2015 in German and held by 28 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The sixth volume in the biomedical engineering textbook series addresses the interdisciplinary field of health informatics. The book discusses its pragmatic applications in clinical information systems as well as medical bioinformatics in research
IT-Projektmanagement im Gesundheitswesen : Lehrbuch und Projektleitfaden ; taktisches Management von Informationssystemen by Elske Ammenwerth( )

2 editions published between 2014 and 2015 in German and held by 14 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Rechnerunterstützte Erstellung medizinischer Lehrbücher unter Verwendung formal repräsentierten Wissens by Petra Knaup( Book )

3 editions published in 1994 in German and held by 9 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Medical data management : a practical guide by Kathryn J Hannah( Book )

4 editions published between 1993 and 2003 in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

1. What is Medical Data Management About?; 2. Basic Concepts of Clinical Data Management and Coding Systems; 3. Important Medical Coding Systems; 4. Typical Medical Documentation; 5. Utilization of Clinical Data Management Systems; 6. Clinical Data Management: Let's Make a Plan!; 7. Documentation in Hospital Information Systems; 8. Data Management in Clinical Studies; 9. Concluding Remarks; 10. Suggested Further Information; 11. Thesaurus of Medical Documentation
Medizinische Informatik by Hartmut Dickhaus( )

2 editions published in 2015 in German and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

DOSPO : rechnerbasierte Anwendungssysteme für das Kompetenznetz Pädiatrische Onkologie und Hämatologie ; Abschlussbericht zu dem vom BMBF geförderten Projekt B1 des Kompetenznetzes Pädiatrische Onkologie und Hämatologie ; Laufzeit: 1/2000-12/2002 by Sebastian Garde( )

2 editions published in 2003 in German and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Chemotherapy planning, decision support, medical documentation, pediatric oncology
Medizinische Dokumentation : einführendes Lehrbuch( )

1 edition published in 1995 in German and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Amora vinaigrette : les goûts uniques( Visual )

in Undetermined and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Medizinische Dokumentation : einführendes Lehrbuch by Florian Leiner( Book )

1 edition published in 1995 in German and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Morgenstern, Ute; Kraft, Marc: Biomedizinische Technik/Biomedizinische Technik Band 6: Medizinische Informatik( Book )

1 edition published in 2013 in German and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Management von Informationssystemen : Analyse, Bewertung, Auswahl, Bereitstellung und Einführung von Informationssystemkomponenten am Beispiel von Krankenhausinformationssystemen by Reinhold Haux( )

1 edition published in 1998 in German and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Eine umfassende und systematische Informationsverarbeitung wird heute in praktisch allen Unternehmen benötigt. Hierfür sind leistungsfähige Informationssysteme notwendig. Diese sind zu planen, zu steuern und zu überwachen, kurz: zu managen. Damit das Informationssystem eines Unternehmens in erster Linie ein Qualitätsfaktor für das Unternehmen ist und nicht primär als unnötiger Kostenfaktor wirkt, muß das Management von Informationssystemen systematisch betrieben werden. Das vorliegende Buch soll auf möglichst einfache und praxisbezogene, aber dennoch gehaltvolle Weise in die Grundlagen des Managements von Informationssystemen einführen. Schwerpunkt der Darstellung ist dabei das sogenannte taktische Management von Informationssystemen. Dies beinhaltet Projekte für die Systemanalyse, -bewertung, -auswahl, -bereitstellung und -einführung, die adäquat geplant, durchgeführt und abgeschlossen werden müssen. Aufgrund vielfältiger eigener Erfahrungen der Autoren mit dem Management von Krankenhausinformationssystemen sind die Beispiele aus diesem Anwendungsgebiet gewählt. Die vorgestellten Methoden und Aktivitäten gelten jedoch für Informationssysteme im allgemeinen. Das Buch richtet sich an Studierende, die sich in ihrem Studium mit Informationssystemen befassen, z.B. an Studierende der Informatik, der Medizinischen Informatik, der Wirtschaftsinformatik. Die Einführung eignet sich jedoch auch für Praktiker und Wissenschaftler, die mit der Analyse, Bewertung, Auswahl, Bereitstellung und Einführung von Informationssytemkomponenten befaßt sind. Nicht zuletzt mag das Buch auch für Entscheidungsträger in Unternehmen von Interesse sein
Ubiquitous information for ubiquitous computing : expressing clinical data sets with openEHR Archetypes by Sebastian Garde( )

1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Ubiquitous computing requires ubiquitous access to information and knowledge. With the release of openEHR Version 1.0 there is a common model available to solve some of the problems related to accessing information and knowledge by improving semantic interoperability between clinical systems. Considerable work has been undertaken by various bodies to standardise Clinical Data Sets. Notwithstanding their value, several problems remain unsolved with Clinical Data Sets without the use of a common model underpinning them. This paper outlines these problems like incompatible basic data types and overlapping and incompatible definitions of clinical content. A solution to this based on openEHR archetypes is motivated and an approach to transform existing Clinical Data Sets into archetypes is presented. To avoid significant overlaps and unnecessary effort during archetype development, archetype development needs to be coordinated nationwide and beyond and also across the various health professions in a formalized process
Can openEHR archetypes empower multi-centre clinical research? by Sebastian Garde( )

1 edition published in 2005 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Electronic Health Record is of utmost importance to enable the provision of high-quality collaborative care; one prominent development is openEHR. On the other hand, a systematic approach to support the use of routine data for multi-centre clinical research is becoming increasingly important. One example of this is the extensible architecture for using routine data for additional purposes (eardap) which features comprehensive terminological support. However, as experiences in various medical fields have shown, the terminology-based approach is limited to specialized fields and it is argued that a comprehensive terminology is simply too complex and too difficult to maintain. As the openEHR archetype approach does not rely heavily on big standardized terminologies, it offers more flexibility during standardisation of clinical concepts and overcome the shortcomings of terminology-focused approaches. It is unknown, however, how far the more generic openEHR approach can also enable re-use of routinely collected data for clinical research purposes the use case for which eardap was designed. We therefore explored the feasibility of using the openEHR approach to support multi-centre research in comparison to eardap. Generally speaking, our results show that both eardap and openEHR are suitable to enable the use of routine data for multi-centre clinical research. As the openEHR approach also ensures open, future-proof Electronic Health Records, we conclude that it is highly desirable that multi-centre clinical trials adopt openEHR
On Teaching International Courses on Health Information Systems Lessons Learned during 16 Years of Frank - van Swieten Lectures on Strategic Information Management in Health Information by Elske Ammenwerth( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Background: Health information systems (HIS) are one of the most important areas for biomedical and health informatics. In order to professionally deal with HIS well-educated informaticians are needed. Because of these reasons, in 2001 an international course has been established: The Frank - van Swieten Lectures on Strategic Information Management of Health Information Systems. Objectives: Reporting about the Frank - van Swieten Lectures and about our students' feedback on this course during the last 16 years. Summarizing our lessons learned and making recommendations for such international courses on HIS. Methods: The basic concept of the Frank - van Swieten lectures is to teach the theoretical background in local lectures, to organize practical exercises on modelling sub-information systems of the respective local HIS and finally to conduct Joint Three Days as an international meeting were the resulting models are introduced and compared. Results: During the last 16 years, the Universities of Amsterdam, Braunschweig, Heidelberg/Heilbronn, Leipzig as well as UMIT were involved in running this course. Overall, 517 students from these universities participated. Our students' feedback was clearly positive. The Joint Three Days of the Frank - van Swieten Lectures, where at the end of the course all students can meet, turned out to be an important component of this course. Based on the last 16 years, we recommend common teaching materials, agreement on equivalent clinical areas for the exercises, support of group building of international student groups, motivation of using a collaboration platform, ensuring quality management of the course, addressing different levels of knowledge of the students, and ensuring sufficient funding for joint activities. Conclusions: Although associated with considerable additional efforts, we can clearly recommend establishing such international courses on HIS, such as the Frank - van Swieten Lectures
Preparing the electronic patient record for collaborative environments and ehealth by Petra Knaup( )

1 edition published in 2005 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

In the era of eHealth the electronic patient record is increasingly regarded as part of a collaborative environment. To efficiently support the documentary tasks and analyses a cooperative documentation infrastructure which allows multiple use and shared entry of data is necessary. The objective of this paper is to introduce a method for systematically planning such a cooperative documentation environment. It consists of the steps: analyse the prevailing documentation infrastructure, provide terminology, provide documentation management, plan the logical architecture and provide all necessary tools. The steps can be formally specified so that parameters can be automatically controlled and the environment can be updated more easily
Towards sustainability of health information systems : how can we define, measure and achieve it? by Sebastian Garde( )

1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Health information systems (HIS) in their current form arerarely sustainable. In order to sustain our health information systems and with it our health systems, we need to focus on defining and maintaining sustainable Health Information System building blocks or components. These components need to be easily updatable when clinical knowledge (or anything else) changes, easily adaptable when business requirements or processes change, and easily exchangeable when technology advances. One major prerequisite for this is that we need to be able to define and measure sustainability, so that it can become one of the major business drivers in HIS development. Therefore, this paper analyses general definitions and indicators for sustainability, and analyses their applicability to HIS. We find that general Emergy analysis is one possibility to measure sustainability for HIS. Based on this, we investigate major enablers and inhibitors to sustainability in a high level framework consisting of four pillars: clinical, technical, socio-technical, and political/business
 
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Gregori, Petra Knaup-

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English (10)