Using telemedicine for remote trauma medicine. What the public thinks
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Using telemedicine for remote trauma medicine. What the public thinks

Maria Lynch Senior Registrar, A&E Department, Central Middlesex Hospital, London
Sapal Tachakra Clinical Director, A&E Department, Central Middlesex Hospital, London
Mary Dawood Senior Nurse/Emergency Nurse Practitioner, A&E Department, Central Middlesex Hospital, London
Uko Chris Uche Senior Research Fellow, A&E Department, Central Middlesex Hospital, London

Maria Lynch and colleagues consider the public’s views of telemedicine

We were due to start a free standing minor injuries unit (MIU) at a community hospital about four miles away from the main A&E unit linked to the main department by a modified video conferencing system. It seemed sensible to find out the degree of support that such a system would enjoy among the members of the public.

Emergency Nurse. 8, 2, 8-9. doi: 10.7748/en2000.05.8.2.8.c1317

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