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An e-health needs assessment of medical residents in Cameroon.
Medical residents from Yaounde I University in Cameroon are required to spend periods of time in rural or remote locations to complete their training To determine if e health might lessen their isolation and enhance patient ...
Telemedicine support for the developing world.
Telemedicine has been used for some years in the industrialized world albeit with rather mixed success There is also a considerable literature on the potential use of telemedicine for the developing world However there are ...
The costs and potential savings of a novel telepaediatric service in Queensland.
There are few cost minimisation studies in telemedicine We have compared the actual costs of providing a telepaediatric service to the potential costs if patients had travelled to see the specialist in person
Quality Assurance of Teleconsultations in a Store-and-Forward Telemedicine Network - Obtaining Patient Follow-up Data and User Feedback.
User surveys in telemedicine networks confirm that follow up data are essential both for the specialists who provide advice and for those running the system We have examined the feasibility of a method for obtaining follow ...
E-health and the Universitas 21 organization: 2. Telemedicine and underserved populations.
Telemedicine activities in underserved communities were reviewed as part of the Universitas 21 U21 e health project A SWOT analysis strengths weaknesses opportunities threats was conducted on 12 articles identified in a ...
A Retrospective Analysis of Pediatric Cases Handled by the MSF Tele-Expertise System.
We conducted a retrospective analysis of all pediatric cases referred by M decins Sans Fronti res MSF field doctors via the MSF telemedicine system during a 4 year period from April 2010 A total of 467 pediatric cases were ...
Medical students' knowledge and perceptions of e-health: results of a study in Sri Lanka.
The present study investigates the knowledge perceptions and attitudes of medical students in Sri Lanka in regard to e health We also examined the barriers which impede them to develop knowledge and skills in e health ...
The application of telemedicine to geriatric medicine.
Telemedicine has the potential to improve access to the specialty of geriatric medicine particularly in rural and remote settings While telemedicine is widely used in some specialities this is not yet the case in geriatric ...
How can teleneurology improve patient care?