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Global telehealth 2012 : delivering quality healthcare anywhere through telehealth : selected papers from Global Telehealth 2012 (GT2012) / edited by Anthony C. Smith, Nigel R. Armfield and Robert H. Eikelboom.

Author:
Global Telehealth (Conference) (2nd : 2012 : Sydney, N.S.W.) [Browse]
Format:
Book
Language:
English
Published/​Created:
Amsterdam : IOS Press, 2012.
Description:
x, 199 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Series:
  • Studies in health technology and informatics ; v. 182. [More in this series]
  • Studies in health technology and informatics, 0926-9630 ; vol. 182
Summary note:
"Health systems worldwide are under increasing pressure to deliver services in an efficient and cost-effective manner. Telehealth, or the delivery of health services at a distance, has an important role to play in achieving this. Communication technologies are becoming more readily accessible and affordable, and an array of telehealth applications are emerging which have potential benefits for patients and clinicians, particularly in areas where health services are traditionally limited, non-existent or difficult to access. This book presents papers selected from contributions to the 2nd International Conference on Global Telehealth, held in Sydney, Australia, in November 2012. The theme of the conference was delivering quality healthcare anywhere through telehealth, and the papers collected here are those in keeping with this theme. They are also deemed to have a lasting value and capture the international diversity and variations of scope in contemporary telehealth developments. The contributions in this book cover a broad spectrum, ranging from 'work in progress' laboratory studies to successfully established clinical services, and will be of interest to all those concerned with improving the provision of healthcare worldwide"--Publisher's description.
Bibliographic references:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:
Virtual simulation training using the Storz C-HUB to support distance airway training for the Spanish Medical Corps and NATO partners -- Personal health records: retrieving contextual information with Google Custom Search -- Successes and failures of using the cell phone as a main mode of communication between participants and facilitators from a distance: an innovative method of training rural health facility managers in Papua New Guinea -- Telemedicine support of maternal and newborn health to remote provinces of Mongolia -- Can a novel smartphone application detect periodic limb movements? -- Randomised controlled trial of an in-home monitoring intervention to improve health outcomes for type 2 diabetes: study protocol -- Targeting zero non-attendance in healthcare clinics -- Design of a large scale community-based self-management system for diabetes mellitus -- The telegraph and the beginnings of telemedicine in Australia -- Delivering healthcare cost-effectively using available technology -- A proposal to design a Location-Based Mobile Cardiac Emergency System (LMCES) -- Using Twitter for prenatal health promotion: encouraging a multivitamin habit among college-aged females -- Automated NFC enabled rural healthcare for reliable patient record maintainance -- The effect of post traumatic stress disorders on rehabilitation among combat-wounded veterans -- Personal health records: mobile biosensors and smartphones for developing countries -- High definition 3d telemedicine: the next frontier? -- Home care and technology: a case study -- Towards an international electronic repository and virtual laboratory of open data and open-source software for telehealth research: comparison of international, Australian and Finnish privacy policies -- An SMS-based HIV/AIDS education and awareness model for rural areas in Papua New Guinea -- Viability of healthcare service delivery alternatives for the Australian mining sector -- A videoconferencing tool acting as a home-based healthcare monitoring robot for elderly patients -- Telemonitoring of medication adherence in patients with major mental illness: watching the patient as well as the pills
Subject(s):
Form/​Genre:
Congresses.
Other title(s):
Global telehealth
ISBN:
  • 9781614991519
  • 1614991510
OCLC:
827949517
Related name:
RCP:
C - S