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Exploring the Notion of Hazards for Health IT

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Exploring the Notion of Hazards for Health IT. / Habli, Ibrahim; White, Sean Paul; Harrison, Stuart ; Pujara, Manpreet .

Informatics for Health 2017. 2017.

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Habli, I, White, SP, Harrison, S & Pujara, M 2017, Exploring the Notion of Hazards for Health IT. in Informatics for Health 2017.

APA

Habli, I., White, S. P., Harrison, S., & Pujara, M. (2017). Exploring the Notion of Hazards for Health IT. In Informatics for Health 2017

Vancouver

Habli I, White SP, Harrison S, Pujara M. Exploring the Notion of Hazards for Health IT. In Informatics for Health 2017. 2017

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Habli, Ibrahim ; White, Sean Paul ; Harrison, Stuart ; Pujara, Manpreet . / Exploring the Notion of Hazards for Health IT. Informatics for Health 2017. 2017.

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