Topic: telenursing

Care in Place with Dr. Karen Abrashkin

https// Play in new window | Download (Duration: 34:55 — 32.0MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | RSS | MoreIsabel talks with Dr. Karen Abrashkin, Medical Director of the House Calls Program and the Clinical Call Center for Northwell Health. They discuss how the House Calls Program works, the benefits of aging in place, and the...

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Past, Present, and Future of Emergency Dispatch Research: A Systematic Literature Review

Emergency dispatch is a relatively new field, but the growth of dispatching as a profession, along with raised expectations for help before responders arrive, has led to increased production of and interest in emergency dispatch research.  As yet, no systematic review of dispatch research has been conducted. : This study reviewed the existing literature and indicated gaps in the research as well as potentially fruitful extensions of current lines of study. Methods:...

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Telenursing: A Review of Recent Trends, Emerging Issues and Evolving Practices

Telephone triage and advice services continue to be an integral part of health-care service delivery models in many countries. Research in this area has increased since the early 1990s, with a surge of research being published in the late 1990s and again in the late 2000s. : This paper presents a scoping review of the telephone triage and advice service research to explore some of the most pressing questions related to how telenursing is researched and practiced, as well...

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