Acta Informatica Medica (Acta Inform Med) is a peer-reviewed, open access journal publishing original articles, professional articles, reviews, viewpoints, and case studies, covering issues in Medical and Health informatics.
The journal is the official organ of the Society for Medical Informatics of Bosnia and Herzegovina, European Federation for Medical Informatics (EFMI) and published by the Academy of Medical Sciences of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Issues are published quarterly in March, June, September, and December.
Specific scope of interests of the journal relates to System and System analysis, Medical documentation, Electronic health records, Clinical decision-making, Artificial intelligence, Expert systems, Science editing, E-learning in medicine, On-line biomedical databases, Information and Communication technologies, Health information systems.
Evidence-based articles reflecting progress of Medical informatics in Balkan and Mediterranean countries are prioritized.
ISSN: 0353-8109 (Print), ISSN: 1986-5988 (On-line)
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Asghar Ehteshami, Sakineh Saghaeiannejad-Isfahani, Mahnaz Samadbeik, Khdijeh Falah ABSTRACT Introduction: The use of telemedicine technology can lead to an equitable distribution of specialized care. There are numerous influencing factors which [...]
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06.06.17. First issue of Acta Informatica Medica journal was published during wartime in Bosnia and Herzegovina (in 1993).
01.06.2017. Peer Review Process All manuscripts are considered to be confidential and they are peer reviewed by at least 2 reviewers. The corresponding author will be notified as soon as possible of the editor decision [...]
28.03.2017. New Issue of AIM - Volume 25(1); 2017 Mar
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Acta Inform Med is published quarterly in March, June, September, and December (from 2017).
Comparison of Shear Bond Strength of Orthodontic Brackets Using Direct and Indirect Bonding Methods in Vitro and in Vivo
Kenan Demirovic, Martina Slaj, Stjepan Spalj, Mladen Slaj, Sedin Kobaslija Abstract Aim: Aim of article was to compare the shear bond strength of indirectly and directly bonded orthodontic brackets. Materials and methods: The experimental in [...]
Comparison of Efficiency GEE and QIF Methods for Predicting Factors Affecting on Bipolar I Disorder Under Complete-case in a Longitudinal Studies
Zahra Geraili-Afra, Alireza Abadi, Jamshid Yazdani-Charati, Somayeh Ahmadi Gooraji, Mehran Zarghami, Samaneh Saadat Abstract Background: Mood variation in manic and depression phases during time is common in type I of Bipolar disorder. Analyzing recurrence require [...]
Shohreh Kolagari, Mahnaz Modanloo, Reza Rahmati, Zahra Sabzi, Ali Jannati Ataee Abstract Background: Test anxiety often leads to poor academic performance. This study aimed to determine the effect of computer-based tests on nursing students test [...]
Hospital Efficiency Measurement Before and After Health Sector Evolution Plan in Southwest of Iran: a DEA-Panel Data Study
Mehrdad Narges Pirani, Mansour ahiri, Kambiz Ahmadi Engali, Amin Torabipou Abstract Introduction: Efficiency is one of the most important indicators of hospital performance evaluation. Aim: The study was conducted to measure the efficiency of public [...]
The Most Influential Scientists in the Development of Medical Informatics (21): Antoine Remond (1917-1998)
Izet Masic Abstract Antoine Remond (1917-1998) is a French researcher, neurologist and clinical electrophysiologist. He is considered one of the founders of cognitive neuroscience (1-4). He was born in Argentina in 1917 in a scientific [...]