Public opinion about the use of telemedicine for remote trauma management

Lynch, M. B.; Tachakra, S.
March 1999
Journal of Telemedicine & Telecare;Mar1999 Supplement 1, Vol. 5, p131
Academic Journal
The article provides information on a study conducted which determined the views of the public on a telemedicine system established at a minor accident treatment center in Great Britain. Topics of the questions that were asked in the study are enumerated in this article. Some of the study's findings are also highlighted. These include the percentage of accident and emergency patient group and the community who perceive the appropriate use of telemedicine for teleradiology and telepathology.


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