Bio-IT World’s Knowledge Management Resource Center
Bio-IT World magazine’s (Information Technology for the Life
Sciences) resource center for Knowledge Management: Glossaries, Articles,
Web Sites, Products.
Combines cutting edge communication and collaboration
technology with clinical applications modules that incorporate user-friendly
content and work flow into real time meeting and learning applications.
Makes the process of delivering highly effective meeting and learning
solutions more efficient and cost effective than any other medium.
A portal for the pharmaceutical industry focusing on emerging
technologies and e-business trends through a variety of user-centric
resources, including worldwide, cutting-edge conferences and exhibitions;
continuously updated industry news; a free, online newsletter offering
exclusive, in-depth analysis through features articles and editorials; and
Health Canada’s KM
Your window into Health Canada’s knowledge management
initiative. The purpose of this initiative is to use the knowledge that
resides in this department – in the minds of our staff, in the relationships
we have with other organizations, and in our repositories of information –
to fulfill our mission, which is to help the people of Canada maintain and
improve their health.
Knowledge Management in the UK National Health Service (NHS)
A website aimed at staff and organizations
throughout the NHS – anyone and everyone with an interest in learning about
knowledge management techniques, and in sharing ideas and best practices.
Knowledge Management for Medical Care
OpenClinical is a non-profit organization supported by
the Cancer Research UK and coordinated by an international group of leading
research and teaching organizations. This web site is designed to be a
"one-stop shop" for anyone interested in learning about and tracking
developments on advanced knowledge management technologies for healthcare
such as point-of-care decision support systems, "intelligent" guidelines and
A consulting firm specializing in the following areas within
the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and CRO industries: Knowledge Management,
virtual teamwork and the use/misuse of technology to bring teams together,
document management, electronic regulatory submissions, computer security in
the era of computerized clinical research and development.
Consulting and training services for the enhancement of
individual performance and collaborative intelligence. Specialties include