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Have your records
been doctored?

New imperatives for health and
medicine recordkeeping

Conference: 17 July 1997

[Last altered: 24 June 1997]

8.30am Registration
9.00am Warwick Anderson Welcome
9.05am Richard Larkins Introduction
9.15am [30 min] Gavan McCarthy Medical records: looking for long term solutions in an age of 'quick fixes'
9.45am John Harley Warner The Uses of Patient Records by Historians: Patterns, Possibilities, and Perplexities
10.15am BREAK
SESSION TWO (Chair Warwick Anderson)
10.45am Graham Giles Preserving records for research purposes
11.15am John Snowden Legal aspects of records management
11.45am Josephine Raw Electronic Patient Records: Solving or Creating the Problem?
12.15pm LUNCH
SESSION THREE (Chair Gavan McCarthy)
1.45pm Bronwyn Hewitt, Robyn Weymouth Current archival issues in Melbourne Hospitals
2.05pm Doris Young Issues relating to medical records in clinical practice
2.25pm Caroline Hannaway Designing Medical Archive Programs in the United States.
2.55pm BREAK
3.15pm - 5pm Caroline Hannaway (Historical Consultant to the National Institutes of Health); Teng Liaw (Public Health and Community Medicine, University of Melbourne); Janet McCalman (History, University of Melbourne); John Rasa (Box Hill Hospital); Josephine Raw (Royal Womens Hospital) Panel discussion

Published by the Australian Science Archives Project on ASAPWeb, June 1997
Prepared by: Lisa Cianci
Updated by: Elissa Tenkate
Date modified: 9 September 1997

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