Impact of Health Information Technology in Public Health

  • Sinha R
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The synthesis of metal-containing polymers and block copolymers has led to a rapidly expanding field of research interest for manifold potential applications. Within this contribution, some recent advances in the field of side-chain ferrocene-containing polymers focusing on poly(vinylferrocene) and poly(ferrocenyl methacrylates) are presented. The synthetic developments shown focus on living and controlled polymerizations, as well as surface-initiated polymerization strategies. First attempts and recent developments for these novel redox-responsive materials toward feasible applications are addressed. <boxed-text content-type="graphic" position="anchor"> <graphic xmlns:xlink="" xlink:href="urn:x-wiley:10221352:media:macp201300762:macp201300762-abs-0001">image</graphic




Sinha, R. K. (2010). Impact of Health Information Technology in Public Health. Sri Lanka Journal of Bio-Medical Informatics, 1(4), 223.

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