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  • Australian Nursing Council (ANC), Guidelines on Telenursing [PDF] - Whilst telenursing provides new interpersonal and technological opportunities in the provision of nursing care, it also presents some regulatory challenges where healthcare may be provided across jurisdictions.

  • Going the Distance - Nurses reach more patients with telehealth technology. By Curtis Pond April 17, 2000. NurseWeek.

  • Healthcare consultations, UK - One aspect of the Birmingham NHS Direct Digital TV pilot project was the ability to have a remote consultation with an NHS Direct nurse via a TV set in the home.

  • International Council of Nurses [Fact Sheet - Telenursing] - Advances in telecommunications technologies are revolutionising education and health services globally, including the provision of nursing services.

  • Living Health to offer live TV consultations with NHS nurses - World First As Telewest And NHS Bring Face-to-Face Healthcare Into The Home.

  • Long-distance care - 'Telenursing' project here brings treatment to patients in their homes via video. Tuesday, August 10, 1999. By Christopher Snowbeck, Post-Gazette Staff Writer.

  • Safety & Health Benefits of Telecommuting for Nurses - "We do it with CARE". We see this as a bumper sticker on cars and as one of the buttons that Nurses often wear on their shirts to bring humor to their work. They *do* care - a lot! Don't you think it's about time we showed them how much we care about them, too? Statement By Rick Johnson, Founder, TSHBI.

  • Telehealth -- Issues For Nursing - Growing use of and interest in the use of telecommunications technologies in the delivery of health care services has led to far-ranging discussions on telehealth (or "telemedicine") and its potential role in the health care system. ANA

  • Telehealth Nursing: A Special Connection - "Last week I received a call from a new father who was worried about his wife and two-week-old baby. Tearfully, his wife had confided to him that she didn't want to be alone—she was afraid that she might harm the infant," related Elaine Skleres, RN, MedStar telehealth nurse in Baltimore. By Kay Bensing, MA, RN 

  • Telehome Care - Telehome care is an emerging field that will benefit home care providers and their patients. Dr. Rod Elford, BPE, MD, CCFP, MSc

  • Telehomecare Clinical Guidelines-American Telemedicine Association (ATA) - List of ATA clinical guidelines for telehomecare including criteria for patient, homecare provider and technology.

  • Teleenfermeria - Tematico Web. Brief information, on diverse subjects related to the Teleenfermeria or Telenursing. Spanish Text

  • Telemedicine Today - Telemedicine Today is the leading news and information source for the telemedicine industry, with a readership that includes telemedicine practitioners, physicians, hospital administrators, healthcare information specialists, vendors, consultants, policy makers, and others interested in this dynamic field.

  • Tell a Nurse….Telenursing is Here to Stay - By Carol Burke, NurseZone Editorial Director

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