Outcomes of psychiatry services using videoconferencing

Kennedy, Craig
March 1999
Journal of Telemedicine & Telecare;Mar1999 Supplement 1, Vol. 5, p139
Academic Journal
The article looks at the outcomes of psychiatry services using videoconferencing in Queensland. A number of psychiatry services across Australia utilize videoconferencing to improve existing service provision to people with mental health problems and mental disorders. Preliminary findings suggest that 30 percent of people referred for psychiatry services utilized videoconferencing.


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