Browsing Publications by Author "Allen, A"

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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, G; Williams, A; Harmon, A; Allen, A; Boysen, CD; Wittman, C; Mair, F; Carlson, E (Royal Society of Medicine Press, 1998)
    The costs of providing oncology services in three different ways were measured. Services were provided to a peripheral hospital by: conventional clinics, in which the oncologist worked at the hospital concerned; outreach ...
  • Doolittle, G; Yaezel, A; Otto, F; Clemens, C; Allen, A (Royal Society of Medicine Press, 1998)
    A pilot study of telenursing for terminally ill patients at home was launched as a collaborative effort between KUMC and the Kendallwood Hospice. The service used the public telephone network. Interactive video equipment ...
  • Wootton, R; Loane, M; Mair, F; Allen, A; Doolittle, G; Begley, M; McLernan, A; Moutray, M; Harrison, S (Royal Society of Medicine Press, 1998)
    Nursing notes for patients nursed at home in the USA and the UK were reviewed using an abstraction instrument developed and tested in the US. More than 1700 episodes of patient care at home were reviewed: 906 in the US and ...
  • 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. ...
  • Allen, A; Ermer, D; Doolittle, G; Whitten, P; Zaylor, C (Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., 1997)
  • Perednia, D.A.; Allen, A (American Medical Association, 1995)
  • Allen, A; Doolittle, G.C. (Charles C. Thomas, 1997)

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