Henry J. Lowe, MD

Publication Details

  • The World Wide Web: A review of an emerging Internet-based technology for the distribution of biomedical information JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL INFORMATICS ASSOCIATION Lowe, H. J., Lomax, E. C., Polonkey, S. E. 1996; 3 (1): 1-14

    Abstract:

    The Internet is rapidly evolving from a resource used primarily by the research community to a true global information network offering a wide range of databases and services. This evolution presents many opportunities for improved access to biomedical information, but Internet-based resources have often been difficult for the non-expert to develop and use. The World Wide Web (WWW) supports an inexpensive, easy-to-use, cross-platform, graphic interface to the Internet that may radically alter the way we retrieve and disseminate medical data. This paper summarizes the Internet and hypertext origins of the WWW, reviews WWW-specific technologies, and describes current and future applications of this technology in medicine and medical informatics. The paper also includes an appendix of useful biomedical WWW servers.

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