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Table 3 Descriptions of some types of e-health innovations, in alphabetical order

From: Diffusion of e-health innovations in ‘post-conflict’ settings: a qualitative study on the personal experiences of health workers

Google Groups A means to ‘to participate in online discussions’ [28].
HINARI Access to Research in Health Programme ‘Provides free or very low cost online access to the major journals in biomedical and related social sciences to local, not-for-profit institutions in developing countries’ [29].
MedicineAfrica ‘An online health facility which enables doctors and other healthcare professionals to receive clinical support and training live from faculty and clinical supervision around the world interacting in small groups’ [30].
OXPAL ‘Collaborative partnership between students and doctors working at Oxford University and affiliated hospitals, and medical students at Al-Quds Medical School. Using an internet-based platform, tutors and students meet weekly to partake in real-time tutorials discussing clinical cases from hospitals in the Palestinian Territories’ [31].
UpToDate ‘Evidence-based clinical decision support resource authored by physicians to help healthcare practitioners make the best decisions at the point of care’ [32].