BMJ HCI Top 10 Most Downloaded Papers of 2021
FCI paper among the BMJ Health & Care Informatics Journal's top 10 most downloaded papers of 2021.
The BMJ Health & Care Informatics (BMJ HCI) Journal has revealed its most downloaded papers of 2021. The FCI is delighted to be among the top 10 most downloaded for its contribution which outlines the development of our Core Competency Framework (CCF).
Titled 'Development of a core competency framework for clinical informatics' (Davis A, Mueller J, Hassey A, et al), the paper explains how the FCI developed the national core competency framework, from the systemic review of literature, including other competency frameworks in the UK and internationally, to our multi-professional consultation.
Congratulations to the authors on this fantastic achievement. It demonstrates wide interest and engagement in this important piece of work.
Are you using the CCF?
As part of the editorial process for the FCI Core Competency Framework, the team is collating examples of how the Framework is being used by organisations and individuals. We are keen to hear any feedback you have from using the CCF, including any recommended changes.
About BMJ Health & Care Informatics
BMJ Health & Care Informatics publishes international, peer-reviewed, high-quality research and evaluation, reviews, protocols, letters, commentaries and communication articles.
The essential scope of the journal is how informatics supports improvements in direct health and care service provision, but also incorporates public health strategies and interventions, implementation of learning health systems and national policy issues.