12 Dos and Don’ts of Air Travel For Conscientious Travellers

LifeHack.org, May 9, 2016

Autism Parenting Magazine

Western New York Physician, 2016 Volume 1, Practice Management Section

LifeHack, March 23rd, 2016

Researching this article really made me appreciate the positive aspects of being a Barista. Unlike staff in other retail jobs, Baristas really know their customers, and I’ve heard heart-warming stories that really surprised me. For example, did you know that at some stores staff attend funerals for selected regulars? I’ve even heard stories about birthday cards being sent by snowbirds, and fruit-baskets being brought in for staff who were sick. This hints at the kinds of relationships that can be built over the counter.

Why you should be tracking your health in a personal health record

LifeHack, March 21st, 2016

We are all responsible for our own health. Our doctors are trusted advisers, but we are in the driver’s seat when it comes to making sure we are following their prescriptions, leading a healthy life, taking our medications as prescribed, and generally following their instructions.

Career Hints – 5 ways to overcome a disagreement with your supervisor

Lifehack.org March 20, 2016

Most of us have experienced a disagreement with our supervisor at some point in our careers. While these events may seem traumatic at the time, the reality is that if you handle the situation correctly it may actually be beneficial, because our actions show that we can negotiate our way through difficult situations and arrive at mutually acceptable outcomes.

Things you do in the Morning that May be Ruining Your Life

LifeHack.org March 1, 2016

The Simple Game of Minecraft: Top Ways to Connect with Your ASD Child

Autism Parenting Magazine March 1, 2016

Video games were a sore point in my house for many years because my son and I could
not agree on age appropriate titles. Sebastian’s choices revolved around what are
often called “First Person Shooters,” war-themed adventures riddled with ferocious violence, whereas I was hoping for him to play Super Mario Brothers or some other “kiddy game.”

If You’ve Found A Nerd, Congratulations!

LifeHack.org February 25, 2016

My seventeen year old step-daughter has been in a deep relationship with a Nerd for nearly two years. He’s a nice kid, gangly, polite, and obviously deeply introspective. I like him.

“What”, I asked her, “is the attraction to your Nerd? He seems a little dull.” Her reply was both poised and nuanced.

“You just don’t understand…

4 Ways To Overcome Notification Fatigue

LifeHack.org February 24, 2016

If you are one of the 92% of Americans who have a cell phone, you’re probably receiving constant notifications from mail, texts, tweets, and news feeds. Over time, the buzz in your pocket, the silly ring tone, and the incessant need to check for messages can really start to take their toll on both you, and those around you. I would argue that there are now so many notifications with…

 Five techniques to calm an angry child with Autism Spectrum Disorder

LifeHack.org February 21, 2016

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a condition affecting between one in eighty eight and one in one hundred children. It was recently redefined in the new diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (DSM-5) and many people are confused about how to understand the new criteria.

Preparing your ASD Child for a Hospital Stay 

Autism Parenting Magazine November 1, 2015 Issue 40.

In today’s world it is important to remember that we have many choices about who will provide medical care for our children. As parents, we have the uneasy responsibility of choosing institutions, often based on the advice of our children’s primary care or specialist providers. Ideally, your child’s medical professional is an expert in autism spectrum…

2 authors

  • Colin RhodesChief Technology Officer/Chief Information Officer eHealth Technologies
  • Dr. Chad Malone, Chief Strategy Office, eHealth Technologies.

Why Do Physicians Dislike Electronic Health Records?

Western NY Physician Magazine September 1, 2014

In 2014 Medscape conducted a survey of more than 18,000 physicians and posed a deceptively simple question – “Are you using an EHR?”. Eighty three percent of respondents answered with an outright “yes”, four percent were in the process of implementing an EHR, six percent planned to buy or start using one of them in the next 1-2 years and seven percent had no plans to make use…

The state of interoperability in image sharing, a vignette.

Western New York Physician Magazine May 1, 2014

It’s winter in Rochester and the temperature is hovering around 15 degrees with a wind chill of -30. In Orlando it’s a balmy warm day and John Patient is screaming at the top of his lungs as he shoots around the final bend of Space Mountain. The excitement is starting to get to him though and he’s been feeling short of breath with a nagging tightness in his chest. His wife…

Regulatory compliance requirements for an open source electronic image trial management system

Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2010 Annual International Conference of the IEEE August 31, 2010

There is a global need for software to manage imaging based clinical trials to speed basic research and drug development. Such a system must comply with regulatory requirements. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has regulations regarding software development process controls and data provenance tracking. A key unanswered problem is the identification of which data changes are…

2 authors

  • Colin Rhodes
    Chief Technology Officer/Chief Information Officer eHealth Technologies
  • Moore, S. ; Clark, K. ; Maffitt, D. ; Perry, J. ; Handzel, T. ; Prior, F.

 

Elements of a Successful Platform for Image Analysis

Applied Clinical Trials October 2007

A generic approach to program extraction

University of Queensland Press 1998

Masters thesis by research. The thesis explores the use of the isomorphism between proofs in inductive logic and type systems to extract executable code from formal proofs of a program’s correctness.

“Hacking Exposed” Book Review

Corporate IT Australia February 1, 2000

“Now or Never: The future of E-Commerce by Mary Modahl” Book Review

Corporate IT Australia January 1, 2000

“How to Win Friends and Influence People – Vendor sourcing strategies”

Corporate IT Australia December 1, 1999

– “What will your next generation operating system look like?”

Corporate IT Australia August 1, 1999

 “Windows 2000 – The future of Enterprise Computing?” (6500 words)

Corporate IT Australia June 1, 1999

“Cheap Internet E-mail for your LAN.”

Lan Magazine April 1995

 “Bandwidth Busting – Using web caching to control traffic.”

Corporate IT Australia March 1999

 GAP 3-Groups library contribution

Web GAP-3 library. March 1992

The library was generated and brought into GAP format by E.A. O’Brien and Colin Rhodes. David Baldwin, M.F. Newman, and Maris Ozols have contributed in various ways to this project and to correctly determining these groups. The library design is modelled on and borrows extensively from the 2-groups library, which was brought into GAP format by Werner Nickel, Alice Niemeyer, and E.A….

Simple DICOM Storage Open Source Project

C. Rhodes on Source Forge. September 2013

I maintain an open source library for a windows DICOM storage service that can accept files and write them to the filesystem using tags from the dataset in the path.

Lightweight, fast, and growing daily!