Vitenskapelige publikasjoner fra senteret som er lokalisert ved Universitetsykehuset i Nord-Norge
'Rural healthcare delivery using a phone patch service in the teleconsultation program of the Ateneo de Zamboanga University School of Medicine in Western Mindanao, Philippines' The real-time video of face-to-face telemedicine consultations can dramatically improve rural and remote patients' access to specialist advice - if local conditions are favourable. This letter from the Philippines reports on the successful use of phone technology as an alternative to the now familiar web-based solutions.
Rural and Remote Health Journal, May 2011
'Conversations on telemental health: listening to remote and rural First Nations communities ' Is telemental health an appropriate alternative for providing mental health services to isolated First Nations communities? This article discusses a collaborative research project among First Nations communities in Northwestern Ontario, Canada to examine this issue. Rural and Remote Health Journal, May 2011
Barriers to the up-take of telemedicine in Australia - a view from providers' Much has been written about the advantages of telemedicine for rural and remote patients - but what are the opinions of health practitioners who have used it in their work? In this report of one part of a larger Australian study, new information about telemed service barriers emerges that will have many nodding in agreement. Rural and Remote Health Journal, March 2011
'The Care Coordination Home Telehealth (CCHT) rural demonstration project: a symptom-based approach for serving older veterans in remote geographical settings' Rural Americans have served in the military at high levels, a pattern that continues today. These rural veterans can face extreme barriers to health care, including disability, poverty and typical highly centralized US healthcare facilities. In a compassionate project, telehealth monitoring was trialled to improve outcomes and support for older rural veterans with complex care needs. The authors describe a unique initiative that could also improve the disadvantage suffered by other hard-to-reach rural populations. Rural and Remote Health Journal, juni 2010
'Reaching agreement for an Aboriginal e-health research agenda: the Aboriginal telehealth knowledge circle consensus method' Developing e-health agendas have become commonplace, although a description of the process is not often readily available. This unique article discusses in detail the development of an Aboriginal e-health agenda based on Canadian Aboriginal culture, values and approaches to consensus. It has something to offer all researchers concerned with cultural safety. Rural and Remote Health Journal, januar 2010
'Survey of a videoconference community of professional development for rural and urban nurses' A common issue for rural and remote health professionals is the lack of access to continuing education and an associated sense of professional isolation. Are vieoconferencing communities the answer? This small study from Australia identifies some practical issues and raises a question about knowledge acquisition.
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