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This volume discusses possible solutions contributed by specialists gathered from all over the world to identify key issues in educating the general public regarding effective and efficient strategies to fight diabetes. Educating the general public, health care workers, and decision-makers is an important approach for the prevention and control of diabetes. It is therefore appropriate that an online information network can be considered to be an effective means for communication and education. With the emergence of the "information age," the use of information technology to cultivate a new e-health environment is a valuable tool. This will provide public education, information exchange, and experience sharing; support medical care, research and training; strengthen disease surveillance and support policy and program development and evaluation.

E-Health for Diabetes in the Western Pacific: Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on the Western Pacific Diabetes Information Network (Wpdin), Kyoto, Japan, 14 November 1999, ICS 1227 by Masahiko Aoki

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Author
Masahiko Aoki
Publisher
Elsevier
Date of release
Pages
152
ISBN
9780444506351
Binding
Hardcover
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Rating
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