Improving your practice with Better Access’s new Telehealth options

Date produced 17 October 2017

Our interdisciplinary panel will explore telehealth for rural and remote patients

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Watch this facilitated panel discussion of Warren's story to be better equipped to:

  • outline how new telehealth measures will provide improved access to psychological services in rural and remote areas
  • recognise appropriate times to use new telehealth measures for  rural and remote clients
  • identify strategies to implement new systems within practice to improve referrals for clients eligible for telehealth services.

Review the panel of interdisciplinary experts’ bios.

  • Dr David Walker (General Practitioner, Queensland)
  • Ms Lauren Campbell  (Psychologist, Victoria)
  • Ms Julianne Whyte (Social Worker, New South Wales)
  • Ms Jacintha Bell (Occupational Therapist, Western Australia)
  • Ms Belinda Swan (Commonwealth Department of Health, Australian Capital Territory)

 

Facilitator:

  • Dr Konrad Kangru Rural (General Practitioner, Queensland)


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