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Standards of Care

An ENJECT Working Group

Standards of Care 2016-12-13T16:25:42+00:00

This requires the development of prototypes to understand how best process models can be presented to healthcare professionals. Access to experts who have knowledge and experience of prototyping tools and system environments to promote communication and develop the best process model can only be achieved in its largest and most comprehensive manner by this Action network.

Prof Minna Isomursu, Leader.

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