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The effectiveness of telemedicine for paediatric retrieval consultations: rationale and study design for a pragmatic multicentre randomised controlled trial.
BackgroundIn many health systems specialist services for critically ill children are typically regionalised or centralised Studies have shown that high risk paediatric patients have improved survival when managed in ...
Paediatric palliative care by video consultation at home: a cost minimisation analysis.
In the vast state of Queensland Australia access to specialist paediatric services are only available in the capital city of Brisbane and are limited in regional and remote locations During home based palliative care it ...
Humour sans frontieres: the feasibility of providing clown care at a distance.
Clown care has been shown to have health related benefits and is a well established part of the routine in many children s hospitals However children who have been admitted to general hospitals or who are being cared for ...
Telemedicine--is the cart being put before the horse?
A large literature base on telemedicine exists but the evidence base for telemedicine is very limited There is little practical or useful information to guide clinicians and health policymakers Telemedicine is often ...
Principles of a paediatric palliative care consultation can be achieved with home telemedicine.
We compared the records of paediatric palliative consultations undertaken face to face with telemedicine consultations undertaken in patients homes A convenience sample of consecutive paediatric palliative care patients ...
Telemedicine--a bibliometric and content analysis of 17,932 publication records.
We aimed to provide an up to date contemporary bibliometric view of the telemedicine and telehealth literature and a longitudinal analysis of changes in content themes
Home telemedicine for paediatric palliative care.
Children with life limiting conditions require intensive complex management of the physical psychosocial and spiritual issues that evolve for the child and their family as the focus of care moves from curative treatment ...
Clinicians' perceptions of telemedicine for remote neonatal consultation.
Telemedicine may have a useful role in neonatal care particularly in regionalised health care systems where there may be impediments to access Following the development of a system for neonatal teleconsultation we assessed ...