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Browsing publications by Professor Ian Purves.

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Neil Jenkings
Professor Ian Purves
Directing patients’ attention from and towards artefacts: medical and information technologies in doctor-patient consultations2006
Dr Neil Jenkings
Professor Rob Wilson
Professor Ian Purves
Verbal prescribing in general practice consultations2006
Dr Neil Jenkings
Professor Rob Wilson
Professor Ian Purves
Multi-tasking in practice: Coordinated activities in the computer supported doctor-patient consultation2005
Professor Ian Purves
Effect of computerised evidence based guidelines - Challenge should not be abandoned2003
Paul Robinson
Professor Ian Purves
Professor Rob Wilson
Learning support for the consultation: Information support and decision support should be placed in an educational framework2003
Professor Ian Purves
Where now with clinical computer systems?2003
Professor Martin Eccles
Professor Elaine McColl
Dr Nick Steen
Dr Nicolette Rousseau
Professor Jeremy Grimshaw
et al.
Effect of computerised evidence based guidelines on management of asthma and angina in adults in primary care: Cluster randomised controlled trial2002
Professor Ian Purves
A virtual medical record for guideline-based decision support2001
Professor Rob Wilson
Anna Buehring
Robert Sugden
Professor Ian Purves
Decision Support for GPs2001
Professor Rob Wilson
Christopher Bojke
Professor Ian Purves
Repeat Prescribing Project: Final Report2001
Professor Ian Purves
The problems of large scale knowledge authoring and the PRODIGY solutions2001
Professor Rob Wilson
Christopher Bojke
Sarah O'Neill
Melanie Winter
Professor Ian Purves
et al.
Designing, specifying and evaluating a new repeat prescribing process for UK general practice.2000
Professor Ian Purves
Professor Rob Wilson
Mark Gibson
Electronic Health Horizons (eHH)2000
Professor Martin Eccles
Professor Jeremy Grimshaw
Dr Nick Steen
Professor Ian Purves
Professor Elaine McColl
et al.
The design and analysis of a randomized controlled trial to evaluate computerized decision support in primary care: The COGENT study2000
Professor Ian Purves
Utilisation of computerised clinical guidance in general practice consultations2000
Professor Rob Wilson
Professor Ian Purves
Utilisation of Computerised Clinical guidance in General Practice Consultations2000
Professor Ian Purves
Dr Nick Booth
The PRODIGY knowledge architecture requirements for chronic disease management in primary care1999
Professor Ian Purves
The PRODIGY project - The iterative development of the release one model1999
Professor Rob Wilson
Professor Ian Purves
Professor Jill Clark
Professor Douglas Newton
A PIL for every ill? Patient information leaflets (PILs): A review of past, present and future use1998
Professor Rob Wilson
Professor Ian Purves
Prescribing patient information leaflets may be better than prescribing drugs1998
Professor Ian Purves
PRODIGY: Implementing clinical guidance using computers1998
Robert Sugden
Professor Ian Purves
Decision Support Paradigms for Prescribing in General Practice - Lessons from the PRODIGY Trials1997
Professor Ian Purves
Facing future challenges in general practice: a clinical method with computer support1996
Professor Ian Purves
Medical records and other stories: A narratological framework1996
Professor Ian Purves
The paperless general practice: it is coming but needs more professional input1996