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The Early History of European Federation of Medical Informatics

Hans E. Peterson.

The story of the European Federation of Medical Informatics (EFMI) can be looked upon as one of the followers from the early days of the development of Societies and federations for persons interested in Information Technology and in cooperation and exchange of information and technology, not only in countries but also between countries.

Key words: IFIP, IMIA, EFMI, History.

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