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The Definition of Informatics Competencies in Finnish Healthcare and Social Welfare Education

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The Definition of Informatics Competencies in Finnish Healthcare and Social Welfare Education. / Värri, Alpo; Tiainen, Minna; Rajalahti, Elina; Kinnunen, Ulla Mari; Saarni, Lea; Ahonen, Outi.

Digital Personalized Health and Medicine: Proceedings of MIE 2020. IOP Press, 2020. s. 1143-1147 (Studies in Health Technology and Informatics; Vuosikerta 270).

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Värri, A, Tiainen, M, Rajalahti, E, Kinnunen, UM, Saarni, L & Ahonen, O 2020, The Definition of Informatics Competencies in Finnish Healthcare and Social Welfare Education. julkaisussa Digital Personalized Health and Medicine: Proceedings of MIE 2020. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, Vuosikerta. 270, IOP Press, Sivut 1143-1147, 1/04/20. https://doi.org/10.3233/SHTI200341

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Värri, A., Tiainen, M., Rajalahti, E., Kinnunen, U. M., Saarni, L., & Ahonen, O. (2020). The Definition of Informatics Competencies in Finnish Healthcare and Social Welfare Education. teoksessa Digital Personalized Health and Medicine: Proceedings of MIE 2020 (Sivut 1143-1147). (Studies in Health Technology and Informatics; Vuosikerta 270). IOP Press. https://doi.org/10.3233/SHTI200341

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Värri A, Tiainen M, Rajalahti E, Kinnunen UM, Saarni L, Ahonen O. The Definition of Informatics Competencies in Finnish Healthcare and Social Welfare Education. julkaisussa Digital Personalized Health and Medicine: Proceedings of MIE 2020. IOP Press. 2020. s. 1143-1147. (Studies in Health Technology and Informatics). https://doi.org/10.3233/SHTI200341

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Värri, Alpo ; Tiainen, Minna ; Rajalahti, Elina ; Kinnunen, Ulla Mari ; Saarni, Lea ; Ahonen, Outi. / The Definition of Informatics Competencies in Finnish Healthcare and Social Welfare Education. Digital Personalized Health and Medicine: Proceedings of MIE 2020. IOP Press, 2020. Sivut 1143-1147 (Studies in Health Technology and Informatics).

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