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amiajnl_19_6_TOC.indd Contents Volume 19 Issue 6 | JAMIA November 2012 Highlights 919 Careers in informatics: a diversity of options with an abundance of jobs L Ohno-Machado Editorial 920 American College of Medical Informatics Fellows, 2010 and 2011 D Masys, J J Williamson Perspectives 931 AMIA Board white paper: defi nition of biomedical informatics and specifi cation of core competencies for graduate education in the discipline C A Kulikowski, E H Shortliffe, L M Currie, P L Elkin, L E Hunter, T R Johnson, I J Kalet, L A Lenert, M A Musen, J G Ozbolt, J W Smith, P Z Tarczy-Hornoch, J J Williamson 939 WHO guidance on electronic systems to manage data for tuberculosis care and control H Timimi, D Falzon, P Glaziou, C Sismanidis, K Floyd Review 942 Computerized clinical decision support for medication prescribing and utilization in pediatrics J S Stultz, M C Nahata Brief communication 954 The EpiCanvas infectious disease weather map: an interactive visual exploration of temporal and spatial correlations P H Gesteland, Y Livnat, N Galli, M H Samore, A V Gundlapalli 960 Physicians who use social media and other internet-based communication technologies C P Cooper, C A Gelb, S H Rim, N A Hawkins, J L Rodriguez, L Polonec Research and applications 965 Patient characteristics associated with venous thromboembolic events: a cohort study using pooled electronic health record data D C Kaelber, W Foster, J Gilder, T E Love, A K Jain 973 The Diabetes Telemonitoring Study Extension: an exploratory randomized comparison of alternative interventions to maintain glycemic control after withdrawal of diabetes home telemonitoring R A Stone, M Ann Sevick, R H Rao, D S Macpherson, C Cheng, S Kim, L J Hough, F R DeRubertis 980 Standard practices for computerized clinical decision support in community hospitals: a national survey J S Ash, J L McCormack, D F Sittig, A Wright, C McMullen, D W Bates 988 Collaborative knowledge acquisition

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