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HISP India has participated in various activities that have contributed to the development of useful resources that can be drawn upon by researchers, practitioners and international agencies interested in understanding issues around HMIS specifically in India, but also more broadly. The activities that HISP India have been involved in include:

In addition to these various resources that HISP India or their team members have participated in on a personal level, HISP India also seeks to provide a resource base and web links that would be useful to practitioners and researchers working in the domain of health information systems, particularly in the context of developing countries.

CAPACITY BUILDING

Mavimbe, J.C., Muquingue, H., Braa, J., Bjune, G.A

Immunization coverage in Mozambique: from concepts to decision-making Health Policy, no. 1, 2006

Honest C. Kimaro

Strategies for Developing Human Resource Capacity to Support Sustainability of ICT Based Health Information Systems: A Case Study from Tanzania

The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries, Vol 26 (2006)

Jyotsna Sahay: PhD thesis title: “Understanding Organizational Implementation of (G)IS from a Human Reponse Development Perspective”, University of Oslo, 2006.

Verona Elizabeth Philips, Master thesis title: “Analysing the functions, skills, and roles of district information officers in the implementation of the District Health Information Systems in South Africa”, University of the Western Cape.

Karen Hafsahl, Master thesis title: “Building Participatory Networks for HIS in a Developing Country Context. A Case Study from India”, University of Oslo, 2006

Sahay, Sundeep

Beyond Utopian and nostalgic views of Information Technology and Education: Implications for Research and Practice Journal of the Association of Information Systems, vol. 5, no. 7

Lungo, J.H.

Critical Issues Associated with Adoption and Use of Open Source Software in Public Sector: Insights From Tanzania ECIS 14 - European Conference on Information Systems, 12-14 June 2006, Gothenburg, Sweden

Kimaro, Honest:

Importance of human resource capacity in the context of low income countries IFIP 9.4 working conference, Abuja, Nigeria, 25-28 May 2005

Lungo, Juma Hemed:

Re-inventing higher learning institutions communications media: the case of University of Dar es Salaam student information system IFIP 9.4 working conference, Abuja, Nigeria, 25-28 May 2005

Shrinath, Usha, Braa, Jørn:

Training and capacity building to sustain health care information systems at a local level in India IFIP 9.4 working conference, Abuja, Nigeria, 25-28 May 2005

Staring, Knut, Titlestad, Ola, Gailis, Janis:

Educational Transformation through Open Source approaches IRIS 28, (Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia), Kristiansand, Norway, 6-9 august 2005

Byrne, Elaine, Gregory, Judith:

Co-constructing local meanings for Child Health Indicators in Community-based Information Systems: The Uthutela District Child Survival Project in Kwazulu Natal

IT in Health Care: Socio-Technical Approaches Second International Conference Portland, Oregon, USA 13-14 September 2004.

Software Development

Nina Meland, Master thesis title: “Systems Development in the Health Sector in India”, University of Oslo, 2003.

Ola Titlestad, Master thesis title: ”Developing Health Information Systems in Cuba -an effort to transfer the HISP approach from South Africa to Cuba”, University of Oslo, 2003.

Johan Sæbø: , Master thesis title: ”Developing Health Information Systems in Cuba -an effort to transfer the HISP approach from South Africa to Cuba”, University of Oslo, 2003.

Lars Mangset, Master thesis title: “DHIS-2 - a globally distributed development process : performing action research in Vietnam”, University of Oslo, 2005

Teresa Hang Nguyen, Master thesis title: “Internationalization in Health Information System Project: Research in Vietnamese language”, University of Oslo, 2005.

Patrick Rwasiri Burasa, Master thesis title: “Challenges of Health Information Systems Development and Implementation in Developing Countries: The global and local”, University of Oslo, 2005

Jeanette Andersson, Master thesis title: “Systems Development in Ethiopia: a case study of vital registration in Addis Ababa”, University of Lund, 2006

Stina Kyllerman, Master thesis title: “Systems Development in Ethiopia: a case study of vital registration in Addis Ababa”, University of Lund, 2006

Nils Fredrik Gjerull: Master thesis title: “Open Source Software Development in Developing Countries: The HISP Case in Ethiopia”, University of Oslo, 2006

Petter Jacobsen, Master thesis title: “Design and development of a global reporting solution for DHIS. Performing action research in Vietnam”, University of Oslo, 2006

Kristian Nordal, Master thesis title: “The Challenge of Being Open - Building an Open Source Development Network“, University of Oslo, 2006

Mosse, Emilio, Byrne, Elaine:

The Role of Identity in HIS Development: A case analysis from Mozambique. Journal of International Technology for Development, vol. 11, no. 3, pp. 227-243.

Nicholson, Brian, Sahay, Sundeep:

Enbedded Knowledge and Offshore Software Development Information and Organization, vol14, 4, pp. 279-296.

Gregory, Judith

Scandinavian Approaches to Participatory Design International Journal of Engineering Education;19(1):62-74

Nicholson, Brian, Sahay, Sundeep:

Building Iran's software industry: Assessment of Plans and Prospects Electronic Journal on Information Systems in Developing Countries,13

Sahay, Sundeep

Global software alliances: The challenge of standardization Scandinavian journal of information systems; vol. 15,pp. 3-22

Sahay, Sundeep, Sarker, S:

Implications of Space and Time for Distributed Work: An Interpretive Study of US-Norwegian Systems Development Teams European Journal of Information Systems

Sahay, Sundeep, Sarker, Suprateek:

Understanding virtual team development: An interpretive study Journal of the Association of Information Systems.4:1-38

Walsham, Geoff, Sahay, Sundeep, Krishna, Srinivas:

Managing cross-cultural issues in global software outsourcing Communications Of The ACM 2003

Nhampossa, J.L., Sahay, Sundeep:

Social construction of software customization: the case of health infromation systems from Mozambique and India IFIP 9.4 working conference, Abuja, Nigeria, 25-28 May 2005

Nielsen, Petter, Nhampossa, J.L:

Internationalization of information infrastructures and control: cases from Mozambique and Norway IFIP 9.4 working conference, Abuja, Nigeria, 25-28 May 2005

Maculuve, P, Macome, E:

Outsourcing in Information Systems Development Projects in Banking Sector: Concepts, Principles and Opinion The experience of Banco de Moçambique Proceedings from IFIP 9.4, Bangalore, India, May 2002.

BOOK:

Sahay, Sundeep, Nicholson, Brian, Krishna, Srinivas:

Global IT Outsourcing: Software Development Across Borders Cambridge 2003

Staring, Knut, Titlestad, Ola Hodne:

Networks of Open Source Health Care Action 2006

Nicholson, Brian, Sahay, Sundeep:

Knowledge management and offshore software development 2006

Braa, Jørn, Hanseth, Ole, Mohammed, Woinshet Abdella:

Flexible standards 2005 299 pages.

Heeks, R, Krishna, S, Nicholson, B, Sahay, S:

Managing Global Software Alliances in F. Tan (ed), Global Perspective of Information Technology Management, page 53-59, 2002.

EVALUATION

Jani, Jagrati Vinodrai, Jani, I.V., Arajo, C., Sahay, Sundeep, Bareto, J., Bjune, Gunnar A.

Assessment of routine surveillance data as a tool to investigate measles outbreaks in Mozambique BMC Infectious Diseases, no. 1 2006

Kimaro, H. and Twaakyondo, H.H:

Analyzing the hindrance to the use of information and technologies for improving efficiency of health information systems in Tanzania.

Tanzania Health Research Bulletin, vol. 7, no. 3, pp. 189-197.

Nhlanhla Ngomane, Master thesis title: “Evaluation of a District health Information System in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa”, University of Western Cape.

Farhaad Haffergee Master thesis title: “Development and Evaluation of the Health Promotion Information Systems in the western cape province of South Africa” University of Western Cape.

Elisabeth Jakobsen, Master thesis title: “All I want is a system that works! Evaluation of the health information system in Cape Town, South Africa using an information audit to capture views from the grassroot level.” University of Oslo, 2004.

Ann Kristin Johansen, Master thesis title: “All I want is a system that works! Evaluation of the health information system in Cape Town, South Africa using an information audit to capture views from the grassroot level.” University of Oslo, 2004.

Birkety Mengistu Mengiste, Master thesis title: “Assessment of the management information systems for Maternal and Child Health in Ethiopia: challenges and opportunities in computerizing the information system”, Edoardo Mondlane University

Zufan Abera Damitew, Master thesis title: “Management information systems of hiv/aids, tuberculosis and malaria in Ethiopia: assessment and computerization of the system” Edoardo Mondlane University, 2005.

M. Aanestad, E. Monteiro, P. Nielsen.

Information Infrastructures and Public Goods: Analytical and Practical Implications for Spatial Data Infrastructures. Information Technology for Development (ISSN 0268-1102), vol.13(1):7-25, 2007

Georgiadou, Yola, Bernard, Lars, Sahay, Sundeep:

Implementation of Spatial Data Infrastructures in Transitional Economies – Part I Information Technology for Development, vol. 12, no 4 2006, pp. 247-253

Georgiadou, Yola, Bernard, Lars, Sahay, Sundeep:

Implementation of spatial data infrastructures in transitional economies – Part II Information Technology for Development, vol. 13, no. 1, 2007, pp. 1-6

Gianluca Miscione

Telemedicine in the Upper Amazon: Interplay with Local Health Care Practices Forthcoming in MIS Quarterly, Special Issue on Information Systems in Developing Countries

Puri, S.K, Sahay, Sundeep:

Participation through Communicative Action: A case study of GIS for Addressing land/water Management in India Information Technology for Development, vol. 10, 2004, pp. 1-20

Lungo, Juma Hemed:

The potential of district health information software in Tanzania IFIP 9.4 working conference, Abuja, Nigeria, 25-28 May 2005

Shaw, Vincent, Jacucci, Edoardo, Braa, Jørn:

The evolution of a framework for assessing hospital information systems in South Africa IFIP 9.4 working conference, Abuja, Nigeria, 25-28 May 2005

Saebo, J. Titlestad, O. :

Evaluation of a bottom-up action research approach in a centralised setting: HISP in Cuba HICSS 2004 - Proceedings of the 37th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 5-8 Jan. 2004, 11 pages

Lungo, J.H., Nhampossa, José Leopoldo:

The Impact of Legacy Information Systems in Reporting Routine Health Delivery Services: Case Studies from Mozambique and Tanzania International ICT Workshop 2004, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania,

Lungo, Juma Hemed:

The Impacts of Legacy Information Systems in Reporting Routine Health Delivery Services: Insights from Mozambique and Tanzania The 8th International Conference on System Science in Health Care Geneva, Switzerland, 1-3rd Semptember 2004

Byleveld, S

Lessons learned: Comparing DHIS in a more resourceful Ukhahlambe District to DHIS in a less resourceful Kgalagadi District

IMPLEMENTATION

Byrne, Elaine and Sahay, Sundeep:

Participatory design for social development: A South African case study on community-based health information systems. Information Technology for Development, vol. 13, no 1 2007, pp. 71-94.

Puri, K. Satish, Sahay, Sundeep:

Role of ICTs in Participatory Development: An Indian Experience Accepted for publication in Information Technology for Development.

Satish K. Puri

Integrating Scientific with Indigenous Knowledge: Constructing Knowledge Alliances for Land Management in India Forthcoming in MIS Quarterly, Special Issue on Information Systems in Developing Countries

Piotti, Bruno, Chilundo, Baltazar, Sahay, Sundeep:

An Institutional Perspective on Health Sector Reforms and the Process of Reframing Health Information Systems: Case Study From Mozambique. The journal of applied behavioral science, no.1, vol. 42, March 2006

Puri, Satish Kumar

Technological Frames of Stakeholders Shaping the SDI Implementation: A Case Study from India Information Technology for Development, vol. 12, no. 4, 2006, pp. 311-331.

Mosse, Luis Emilio, Nielsen, Petter:

Communication Practices as Functions, Rituals and Symbols: Challenges on Computerization of Paper-based Information Systems Electronic Journal on Information Systems in Developing Countries, vol. 18, no. 3, 2004

Byrne , Elaine:

Development through Communicative Action and Information System Design: A case study from South Africa South African Computer Journal (SACJ), vol. 32, pp. 25-33.

Braa, J, Hedberg, C.:

The struggle for developing District Health Information Systems in South Africa The Information Society Journal, 18, 2.

Kimaro, Honest, Titlestad, Ola:

Challenges of user participation in the design of a computer based sysem: the possibilities of participatory customization in low-income countries IFIP 9.4 working conference, Abuja, Nigeria, 25-28 May 2005

Satish Kumar Puri, Phd thesis title: "The challenges of participation and knowledge in GIS implementation of land management: case studies from India", The University of Oslo, 2003.

Baltazar Chilundo, PhD thesis title: “Effects of integrating specific-disease health programmes in Mozambique: Challenges for Information Systems”, University of Oslo, 2004.

Elaine Byrne, PhD thesis title: “Community based health information systems in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa. University of Western Cape, 2005

Emilio Mosse, PhD thesis title: “Understanding the introduction of computer-based health information systems in developing countries: Counter networks, communication practices, and social identity. A case study from Mozambique” University of Oslo, 2005.

José Leopoldo Nhampossa, PhD, thesis title: “Re-Thinking Technology Transfer as Technology Translation: A Case Study of Health Information Systems in Mozambique”, University of Oslo, 2006.

Ulrikke B. Haga, Master thesis title: “Conditions for health information systems in South Africa: small-scale initiatives to promote development from within”, University of Oslo, 2001.

Faraja Mukama, Master thesis title: “A study of health information systems at the local level in Tanzania and Mozambique”, University of Oslo, 2003.

Gertrudes Adolfo Macueve, Master thesis title: “Drug logistics management information systems in Mozambique: Challenges and opportunities”, University of Oslo, 2003.

Juma Hemed Lungo, Master thesis title: “Data flow in health information systems”, University of Oslo, 2003.

Gloria Lebogang Montewa, Master thesis title “Comparative Study of Diagnostic and Procedure Coding Systems at district and regional public hospitals in the Western Cape Province”, University of the Western Cape.

Pål De Vibe, Master thesis title: “In the shadow of the commander: Reformulating a South African Health Information System in the Cuban Health Sector”, University of Oslo, 2004.

Lars Gunnar Vik, Master thesis title: “Application of Open Source GIS in District Health Information Systems” University of Oslo, 2005

Trond Andresen, Master thesis title: “Application of Open Source GIS in District Health Information Systems”, University of Oslo, 2005

John Lewis, Master thesis title: “Design and Development of Spatial GIS application for Primary Health Care Sector: Case studies form India and Mozambique”, University of Oslo, 2005

Lúcia Joaquim Ginger, Master thesis title: “Introducing Geographical Information Systems for Health Care in Developing Countries: Challenges and Approaches – A case study from Mozambique An action research study”, University of Oslo, 2005.

Zeferino Benjamim Saugene, Master thesis title: “Challenges, Opportunities and Strategies for Using Geographic Information Systems for Public Health Management An Action Research Study from Mozambique”, University of Oslo, 2005

Hirut Gebrekidan Damitew, Master thesis title: “Sustainability and optimal use of health information systems: an action research study on implementation of an integrated district-based health information system in Ethiopia.” University of Oslo, 2005

Netsaneth Haile Gebreyesus, Master thesis title: “Sustainability and optimal use of health information systems: an action research study on implementation of an integrated district-based health information system in Ethiopia.” University of Oslo, 2005

Yahya Hamad Sheikh, Master thesis title: “Improving routine health informaiton management at health districts in Zanzibar. An action research study” University of Oslo, 2005

Thor Helge Heldre, Master thesis title: “Study of a Health Information System pilot project in Tanzania”, University of Oslo, 2006

Inger Elise Østmo, Master thesis title: “Exploring Information Use and Information Culture at health facility level in Cape Town, South Africa”, University of Oslo, 2007

Kimaro, H. and Sahay, S.:

An Institutional Perspective on the Process of Decentralization of Health Information Systems: Case Study from Tanzania. Forthcoming in Information Technology for Development.

Georgiadou, Yola, Puri, Satish Kumar, Sahay, Sundeep:

The Rainbow Metaphor: Spatial Data Infrastructure Organization and Implementation in India. International Studies of Management and Organisation, no. 4, 2006

Elovaara, Pirjo, Igira, Faraja Teddy, Mørtberg, Christina:

Whose participation? Whose knowledge?: Exploring PD in Tanzania-Zanzibar and Sweden, Participatory Design Conference, Trento, Italia, 1-5 August 2006

Mengiste, S.A.:

Challenges and Opportunities of Implementing District-based Health Information System in Ethiopia: a case study form Benishangul-Gumuz region.

IFIP 9.4 working conference, Abuja, Nigeria, 25-28 May 2005

Quraishi, Zubeeda, Gregory, Judith:

Implications of (non) participation of users in implementation of the health information system project (HISP) in Andhra Pradesh: practical experiences.

IFIP 9.4 working conference, Abuja, Nigeria, 25-28 May 2005

Georgiadou, Y., Puri, S.K., Sahay, Sundeep:

Reflecting on National Spatial Data Infrastructure Implementation in India: The Need for Socio-Technical Approaches

IFIP 9.4 working conference, Abuja, Nigeria, 25-28 May 2005

Mukama, Faraja, Kimaro, Honest, Gregory, Judith:

Organization culture and its impact in information systems development and implementation: A case from the health information system in Tanzania

IRIS 28, (Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia), Kristiansand, Norway, 6-9 august 2005

Byrne, Elaine:

Addressing The Vulnerability of Children Through Information Systems: A South African Case Study South African Institute of Computer Scientists and Information Technologies (SAICSIT), Stellenbosch South Africa, 4--6 October 2004

Jørn Braa , Ola Hodne Titlestad, Johan Sæbø:

Participatory health information systems development in Cuba: the challenge of addressing multiple levels in a centralized setting PDC, (The eighth conference on Participatory design), July 27-31, 2004, Toronto, Canada, pages 53 – 64.

Nhampossa, José Leopoldo:

The Challenges of ''Translating'' Health Information Systems from One Developing Country to Another: Case study from Mozambique ECIS (The 12th European Conference on Information Systems), June 14-16. 2004,

Turku, Finland.

Nhampossa, José Leopoldo, Kaasboll, J.J., Braa, Jørn :

Participation in Information System Adaptation Process in the Public Sector in Mozambique PDC (Eighth biennial Participatory Design Conference) July 27-31, 2004, Toronto, Canada.

Puri, S.K., Byrne, Elaine, Nhampossa, José Leopoldo, Quraishi, Z.B.:

Contextuality of Participation in Design: A Developing Country Perpective PDC (Eighth biennial Participatory Design Conference) July 27-31, 2004, Toronto, Canada.

Puri, K. Satish

Participation in GIS for Land Management in India: Problems and Prospects Proceedings from IRIS 26, Finland, August 9-12 2003.

Macome, Esselina:

On the Implementation of an Information System in the Mozambican Context: The EDM Case Proceedings from the IFIP8.2/9.4 Working Conference, Athens Greece, June 15-17 2003, pp. 169-184

Satish, Puri

Sahay, Sundeep

Institutional Structures and Participation: Comparative Case Studies from India Proceedings from the IFIP8.2/9.4 Working Conference, Athens Greece, June 15-17 2003, pp. 271-287.

Kaasbøll, Jens, Nhampossa, Jose:

Transfer of public sector information systems between developing countries: south-south cooperation. Proceedings from IFIP 9.4, Bangalore, India, May 2002.

Byrne , Elaine, Sahay, Sundeep:

Health Information Systems for Primary Health Care: Thinking About Participation Proceedings from IFIP 9.4, Bangalore, India, May 2002.

Puri, S.K

Building Networks to Support GIS for Land Management in India: Past Learnings and Future Challenges Proceedings from IFIP 9.4, Bangalore, India, May 2002.

Muquinge, H

HISP: bringing together ICT and health sector reform in Mozambique

Braa, Jørn, Titlestad, Ola Hodne, Johan, Sæbø:

Participatory Health Information Systems Development in Cuba: The Challenge of Addressing Multiple Levels in a Centralized Setting 2004

Braa, Jørn, Blobel, Bernd, Shaw, Vincent, Rohde, Jon, Macome, Esselina, Korpela, Mikko, Qureishy, Zubeeda:

Strategies for health information systems development in developing countries. The health commission’s report WITFOR 2003 White Book. Proceedings of IFIP World Information Technology Forum

MEDICAL

Shaw, Vincent:

Health Information Systems Reform in South Africa: developing an essential data set Bulletin of the WHO, vol. 83, no. 8, 2005, pp.632-636.

Mavimbe, Joao Carlos de Timóteo, Braa, Jørn, Bjune, Gunnar Aksel:

Assessing immunization data quality from routine reports in Mozambique BMC Public Health, vol. 5, no. 108,

Chilundo, Baltazar, Sahay, Sundeep, Sundby, J.:

Analysing the Quality of HIV/AIDS Case-detection and Case-reporting Systems in Mozambique African Journal of AIDS Research

Chilundo, Baltazar, Sundby, J., Aanestad, Margunn:

Analysing the Quality of Routine Malaria Data in Mozambique Malaria Journal, vol.3, no. 1,

Chilundo, B, Aanestad, M.:

Vertical or integrated health programmes? The consequences for the laboratory information system in Mozambique Electronic proceedings from the IFIP8.2/9.4 Working Conference, Athens Greece, June 15-17 2003.

Chilundo, B, Sahay, S.:

Clinical laboratory information system in Mozambique: The great challenge Proceedings from IFIP 9.4, Bangalore, India, May 2002.

Mavimbe, J.C

Vaccination coverage is still a big issue: an information systems Perspective on Expanded Program on Immunization in Mozambique Proceedings from IFIP 9.4, Bangalore, India, May 2002.

Shaw, V

The Development of an Information System for District Hospitals: A case study from the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa

Shaw, V

Initial Results in the Implementation of a Tool for Assessing Levels of Information Utilisation.

STANDARDIZATION

Jorn Braa, Ole Hanseth, Arthur Heywood, Woinshet Mohammed, and Vincent Shaw

Developing Health Information Systems in Developing Countries: The Flexible Standards Strategy Forthcoming in MIS Quarterly, Special Issue on Information Systems in Developing Countries

Chilundo, Baltazar, Aanestad, Margunn:

Negotiating Multiple Rationalities in the Process of Integrating the Information Systems of disease-specific Health Programmes. Electronic Journal for Information Systems in Developing Countries, vol. 20, no. 2, 1-28.

Walsham, Geoff, Sahay, Sundeep:

Scaling of health information systems in India: challenges and approaches Information Technology for Development, vol. 12, no.3, 2006, pp. 185-200

Edoardo Jacucci, Vincent Shaw, Jørn Braa:

Standardization of health information systems in South Africa: The challenge of local sustainability Information Technology for Development, vol. 12, no. 3, pp. 225-239

Tore Christina Skobba, Master thesis title: “Legacy systems and systems development in Mozambique”, University of Oslo, 2003.

Teotonio G.S. Fumo. Master thesis title: “Health Information Systems Integration: A data warehouse architecture model for the Ministry of Health Mozambique”, University of Oslo, 2003.

Nhampossa, José Leopoldo

Strategies to Deal with legacy Information Systems: A case Study from the Mozambican Health Sector Innovations through Information Technology IRMA, New Orleans, Louisiana 2004

SCALING & SUSTAINABILITY

Braa, Jørn, Monteiro, Eric, Sahay, Sundeep:

Networks of Action: Sustainable Health Information Systems across Developing Countries MIS Quarterly, vol. 28, no. 3, 2004, pp. 337-362.

Honest Christopher Kimaro: PhD thesis title: “Decentralization and sustainability of ICT based health information systems in developing countries: a case study from Tanzania”, University of Oslo, 2006.

Birkinesh Woldeyohannes Lagebo, Master thesis title: “Challenges and Approaches to Scaling and Standardizing Health Information Infrastructure in Developing Countries: Case Studies from Ethiopia”. University of Oslo, 2005

Selamawit Molla Mekonnen, Master thesis title: “Challenges and Approaches to Scaling and Standardizing Health Information Infrastructure in Developing Countries: Case Studies from Ethiopia”. University of Oslo, 2005

Nima H. Shidende, Master thesis title: “Challenges and approaches to the integration of HIS: Case studies from Tanzania”, University of Oslo, 2005

Lars Helge Øverland, Master thesis title: “Global Software Development and Local Capacity Building: A means for improving Sustainability in Information Systems Implementations “, University of Oslo, 2006

Braa, Jørn

A data warehouse approach can manage multiple data sets Bulletin of the WHO, vol. 83, no. 8, 2005, pp. 638-639

Kimaro, C. Honest, Nhampossa, José Leopoldo:

Analysing the problem unsustainable health information systems in low income countries: case studies from Tanzania and Mozambique Journal of Information Technology for Development, vol. 11, no. 3, pp. 273-298.

Mosse, Emilio, Sahay, Sundeep:

The Role of Communication Practices in the Stregnthening of Counter Networks: Case Experiences from the Health Sector of Mozambique Journal of Information Technology for Development, vol. 11, no. 3, pp. 207-225.

Solomon Berhanu Bishaw

Contextualizing Information Systems integration through organizational and institutional milieu: A Case Study from a Regional Public Health Bureau in Northern Ethiopia Proceedings from IRIS 29 (29th Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia), August 12-15 2006, Helsingør, Denmark.

Shegaw Anagaw Mengiste & Petter Nielsen

Scaling Health Information Systems in Developing Countries: On the Essence of Being Installed Base Friendly Proceedings from IRIS 29 (29th Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia), August 12-15 2006, Helsingør, Denmark.

Kimaro, C. Honest, Nhampossa, José Leopoldo:

The Challenges of Sustainability of Health Information Systems in Developing Countries: Comparative case Studies of Mozambique and Tanzania Turku, Finland.