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Bob is working on the CVDecide Risk Communication project. He is helping to develop a software tool to assess and communicate risk of cardio-vascular disease followed by qualitative and quantitative research into the use of the tool in NHS General Practice.
- Sugden R, Wilson R. The Myth of GP System of Choice (GPSoC). In: Healthcare Computing (HC). 2007, Harrogate, UK.
- Sugden RC, Wilson RG, Cornford J. Re-configuring the health supplier market: Changing relationships in the primary care supplier market in England. In: Integrated Health Records (IHR): Practice and Technology. 2006, Edinburgh, UK: nesc.
- Wilson RG, Cornford JR, Martin MJ, Baines S, Vaughan R, Sugden B. Trying to do a Jigsaw without the picture on the box: The problem of joining up across internal and external boundaries in medicine, health and care. In: Infrastructures for Health Care:Connecting practices across institutional and professional boundaries. 2006, Technical University of Denmark, Copenhagen: Center for Information and Communication Technologies.
- Sugden RC, Wilson RG. Electronic Transmission of Prescriptions – An Evaluation of the Technical Models Used in the English ETP Pilots 2002. In: Lamersdorf, W., Tschammer, V., Amarger, S, ed. Building the E-Service Society: E-Commerce, E-Business, and E-Government. Toulouse, France: Springer, 2004, pp.187-202.
- Sugden B, Wilson R. Integrated care and electronic transmission of prescriptions: Experience of the evaluation of ETP pilots. Health Informatics Journal 2004, 10(4), 277-290.
- Sugden RC, Wilson RG. Evaluating electronic transmissions of prescriptions: Lessons for ICRS. In: EPSRC Dependability IRC and Chamleon projects: Lessons for ICRS workshop. 2003.
- Wilson R, O'Neill S, Bojke C, Jones N, Sugden R, Purves I, Combe K, Davison P. Research, design, development of a tool for the support of computerised repeat prescribing management in UK general practice. In: 2001 British Computer Society Health Informatics Committee Healthcare Computing Conference: Current Perspectives in Healthcare Computing 2001 (HC2001). 2001, Harrogate, UK: British Computer Society Health Informatics Committee.