Telehealth: How to make it work

Date produced 18 June 2018

During this webinar our interdisciplinary panel will explore ethical dilemmas for rural and remote mental health patients in the telehealth setting.

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Watch this facilitated panel discussion to be better equipped to:

  • recognise client suitability for telehealth services.
  • identify risks associated with telehealth services.
  • outline procedures such as contingency plans, privacy, informed consent, staff training and record keeping for the telehealth setting.

Panellists

Review the panel of interdisciplinary experts’ bios. 

  • Dr Jonathan Ho GP (General Practitioner, New South Wales)
  • Julianne Whyte (Social Worker, New South Wales)
  • Jacintha Bell (Occupational Therapist, Western Australia)
  • Louise Roufeil (Executive Manager of Professional Practice, APS, Victoria)

Facilitator:

  • Dr Konrad Kangru (General Practitioner, Queensland)


 
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