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A systematic review of the evidence for telemedicine in burn care: with a UK perspective.



Key Questions Addressed
1 1. What is the current research on the effectiveness of telehealth interventions? a. What telehealth interventions have been studied for effectiveness or harms? i. For which interventions are there systematic reviews available? b. What patient populations and conditions have been studied with telehealth interventions? c. What settings and situations have been studied with telehealth interventions? d. What primary outcomes have been studied with telehealth interventions? e. What study designs have been used in studies of the effectiveness of telehealth interventions?
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2 2. What gaps exist in the current research? a. Which telehealth interventions identified by experts as currently relevant have no research evidence, or inadequate evidence? b. For which telehealth interventions are additional primary research studies needed to answer questions important to policy and practice, e.g., additional patient populations or outcome measures? c. For which telehealth interventions are there sufficient primary research studies that a new systematic review would add to current knowledge?
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Title A systematic review of the evidence for telemedicine in burn care: with a UK perspective.
Author Wallace DL., Hussain A., Khan N., Wilson YT.
Country Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, Mindelsohn Way, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2WB, UK. davidandvix@aol.com
Year 2012
Numbers Pubmed ID: 22078804

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Extraction Form: Telehealth Included Systematic Reviews


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