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Editorial in this issue... Electronic systems can help health professionals find information quickly. Examples could be looking up the safety of analgesics for use during pregnancy, as discussed by Debra Kennedy, or the efficacy of nonsurgical treatments for skin cancer, as reviewed by Stephen Shumack. However, James Reeve and Michelle Sweidan inform us that there are no standards for electronic prescribing systems. Delirium is a common problem in older patients, but Gideon Caplan says that thedoi:10.18773/austprescr.2011.001 fatcat:4tgv3rok2nholcjbkxhyxamncu