As stated in an earlier announcement a new public health informatics blog, titled InformaticsLifeLine blog has been developed to serve as a forum for presenting and discussing the use of information technology to promote public and population health. The target extends beyond researchers, administrators and other public health professionals. It includes the general public who are interested in technology and public health.
We need more readers and contributors. Articles could be 800 words long. Readers may also write comments of about 200 words on any of the published articles and interviews. Of course, the articles and comments are not peer-reviewed. The blog can be accessed at https://www.informaticslifeline.com. It can also be accessed from the journal.