Databases are an increasingly important part of the everyday life of all health prefessionals. This practical guide to creating and using databases is written for health care practitioners. It covers design and implementation, including sampling modelling, normalization, tables, forms, queries and reports, and shows how a database can be integrated with a word processor to produce letters for emailing. Using a step-by-step format, it guides the reader, showing what appears on the computer by using screen shots, toolbar icons, mouse and keyboard actions. It links to the European Computer Driving License database module.2 The key for the copy number is an example of a multiple key. ... Smart Alec says a#39;Developers often suggest that E-R diagrams are simple and easy to understand. ac Do you agree? ac Do your colleagues agree? ac Do they understand even a simple unrealistic diagram like the one here? ... You will need PowerPoint and sound on your computer to make much sense of it, but if you have these, try it and see ifanbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Radcliffe Publishing - 2002|