Browsing Center for Telemedicine and Telehealth by Author "Doolittle, GC"

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  • Allen, A; Doolittle, GC; Boysen, CD; Komoroski, K; Wolf, M; Collins, B; Patterson, JD (Royal Society of Medicine Press, 1999)
    To determine what percentage of traditional home health nursing visits could be done by telemedicine, we carried out a retrospective review of nursing charts (clinical records). Data of two types were recorded. The objective ...
  • Doolittle, GC; Williams, AR; Spaulding, AO; Spaulding, RJ; Cook, DJ (Royal Society of Medicine Press, 2004)
    Oncology services have been provided by telemedicine from the University of Kansas Medical Center (KUMC) for almost 10 years. We have analysed the costs associated with providing tele-oncology clinics to a rural Kansas ...
  • Doolittle, GC; Spaulding, R (Royal Society of Medicine Press, 2006)
    While telemedicine programme objectives, technologies and even philosophies will differ, certain common factors that enhance programme success can be identified. For example, a programme design which is driven by technological ...
  • Spaulding, RJ; Russo, T; Cook, DJ; Doolittle, GC (Royal Society of Medicine Press, 2005)
    Twenty counties in Kansas were randomly selected from those designated as rural on the basis of their populations. A sample of 356 physicians and physicians' assistants in these counties was chosen. A postal survey was ...
  • Mair, FS; Whitten, P; May, C; Doolittle, GC (Royal Society of Medicine Press, 2000)
    We studied patients' perceptions of telemedicine (interactive video) as a means of delivering specialist oncology/haematology care. Semistructured telephone interviews were performed with 22 patients attending a ...
  • Wootton, R; Loane, M; Mair, F; Moutray, M; Harrison, S; Sivananthan, S; Allen, A; Doolittle, GC; McLernan, A (Royal Society of Medicine Press, 1998)
    We assessed the proportion of home nursing visits that could be replaced by home telenursing in the UK. A retrospective review of nursing notes in the UK was undertaken using an abstraction instrument developed and tested ...
  • Doolittle, GC; Allen, A (Royal Society of Medicine Press, 1997)
    Although there are increasing numbers of telemedicine programmes in the USA, few have offered teleoncology services, so that the role of telemedicine in the practice of clinical oncology has yet to be fully defined. ...

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