Problems of telemedicine
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Problems of telemedicine

Sapal Tachakra A&E Director, Central Middlesex Hospital
Alganandan Sivakumar A&E Consultant, Central Middlesex Hospital
Jesus Hayes Consultant A&E, Central Middlesex Hospital
Mary Eleanor Dawood Senior Sister/ENP, Central Middlesex Hospital
Camilla Wiley Senior Sister/ENP, Central Middlesex Hospital
Alistair Stinson Clinical Facilities Manager, Central Middlesex Hospital

In the first of three issues on developments in telemedicine, Dr Sapal Tachakra and colleagues consider the problems of this new technology

Telemedicine is the delivery of healthcare and the exchange of health care information across distances. The prefix ‘tele’ derives from the Greek ‘at a distance’.

Emergency Nurse. 7, 5, 29-32. doi: 10.7748/en1999.09.7.5.29.c1291

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