Electronic management systems

Eplee, H., Murray, B., Revere, J. H., Bollmann, F., Haddad, G., Klimek, J., Barna, S., Rhodes, G., Looki, T., Malone, A., Molvar, M., Pienkowski, B., Schoonheim, M. and Teravainen, J. P. (2002) Electronic management systems. European Journal of Dental Education, 6 (SUPP.3). pp. 152-160. ISSN 13965883 (ISSN)

Abstract

The international development and deployment of an electronic modularized dental curriculum is central to the development of an electronic engine to be used for the effective management of dental education. This will ensure continuity in high quality of care across all boundaries, through the continuous updating of its content and linkages to contemporary resources and databases. An electronic engine to be used for the effective management of dental education in a comprehensive dental school/hospital setting is at the core of an international 'virtual' dental education institution. The issue of policy development necessary to ensure consistency, quality and management for an electronic engine is at the very centre of: a) systems management and system databases; b) records of students, patients and personnel; and c) financial records. ┬ęBlackwell Munksgaard, 2002.

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