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Feasibility of a clearing house for improved cooperation between telemedicine networks delivering humanitarian services: acceptability to network coordinators

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Wootton, Richard
Bonnardot, Laurent
Jethwani, Kamal
Kovarik, Carrie
McGoey, Suzanne
Person, Donald A
Vladzymyrskyy, Anton
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Published in Global Health Action. 2012, vol. 5, p. 18713
Abstract Telemedicine networks, which deliver humanitarian services, sometimes need to share expertise to find particular experts in other networks. It has been suggested that a mechanism for sharing expertise between networks (a 'clearing house') might be useful.
Keywords AltruismComputer Communication Networks/organization & administration/standardsCooperative BehaviorDatabases, FactualDeveloping CountriesFeasibility StudiesHumansInformation Dissemination/methodsNeeds AssessmentReferral and Consultation/organization & administration/standardsSpecializationTelemedicine/organization & administration/standards
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PMID: 23058274
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Research group Groupe Geissbuhler Antoine (informatique médicale) (222)
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WOOTTON, Richard et al. Feasibility of a clearing house for improved cooperation between telemedicine networks delivering humanitarian services: acceptability to network coordinators. In: Global Health Action, 2012, vol. 5, p. 18713. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:32281

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