Profiles And Contributions To This Article

Telehealth services in rural and remote Australia: a systematic review of models of care and factors influencing success and sustainability

Natalie  Bradford

Natalie Bradford

qualifications: PhD

contribution: original concept, designed the project, devised survey tool, literature review, collected data, wrote the first draft

position: Research Fellow

Liam  Caffery

Liam Caffery

qualifications: PhD

position: Research Fellow; Director of Technology


Research interest: email-based telemedicine My research involves software development of email-based telemedicine services and subsequent evaluation of the service. My specific interest is in the comparison of custom-written email telemedicine software versus the use of commercial email software - for example, Microsoft Outlook for telemedicine. I would like to hear from anyone wanting to implement an email-based telemedicine service that could be used as a research project. I would like to hear of anyone who currently uses email in the delivery of any medical service or education. Thanks

Anthony  Smith

Anthony Smith

qualifications: PhD

position: Deputy Director


Broad interest in telemedicine and telehealth.

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