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Book Reviews

Behavioral Healthcare Informatics (Health Informatics Series)

Thomas Kramer

Published: August 15, 2002

Article Abstract

From our regular book review column.

There is a particular delight in finally getting something that you have wanted for a long time. The situation is made even more enjoyable when the new thing makes the world a better place. This is how I felt upon receiving and reading Behavioral Healthcare Informatics. I have a long-standing interest in information technology and how it applies to psychiatry, and, as a result, I am often asked by colleagues and friends for good sources of information on the subject.


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Volume: 63

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