Published on in Vol 22, No 12 (2020): December

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.09.10.20192336v1, first published .
People’s Experiences and Satisfaction With Telehealth During the COVID-19 Pandemic in Australia: Cross-Sectional Survey Study

People’s Experiences and Satisfaction With Telehealth During the COVID-19 Pandemic in Australia: Cross-Sectional Survey Study

People’s Experiences and Satisfaction With Telehealth During the COVID-19 Pandemic in Australia: Cross-Sectional Survey Study

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  115. Osman B, Mohamed M, Mohamed Ismail S, Abd Allah L, Shaban M. Telehealth utilization among Egyptian population and health institutional readiness: An exploratory study. Journal of Integrative Nursing 2023;5(3):188 View
  116. Zwickl S, Ruggles T, Wong A, Ginger A, Angus L, Eshin K, Cook T, Cheung A. Disruption of gender‐affirming health care, and COVID‐19 illness, testing, and vaccination among trans Australians during the pandemic: a cross‐sectional survey. Medical Journal of Australia 2024;220(1):23 View
  117. Sazon H, Catapan S, Rahimi A, Canfell O, Kelly J. How do Twitter users feel about telehealth? A mixed‐methods analysis of experiences, perceptions and expectations. Health Expectations 2024;27(1) View
  118. Liang F, Yang X, Peng W, Zhen S, Cao W, Li Q, Xiao Z, Gong M, Wang Y, Gu D. Applications of digital health approaches for cardiometabolic diseases prevention and management in the Western Pacific region. The Lancet Regional Health - Western Pacific 2024;43:100817 View
  119. in de Braekt A, Coolen C, Maaskant J, de Man‐van Ginkel J, Eskes A, Jongerden I. Views of family members on using video calls during the hospital admission of a patient: A qualitative study. Journal of Advanced Nursing 2024 View
  120. Withers H, Liu H, Glinsky J, Chu J, Jennings M, Hayes A, Starkey I, Palmer B, Szymanek L, Cruwys J, Wong D, Duong K, Barnett A, Tindall M, Lucas B, Lambert T, Taylor D, Sherrington C, Ferreira M, Maher C, Zadro J, Hart K, Hodge W, Harvey L. Patients’, physiotherapists’ and other stakeholders’ experiences and perceptions about supported home physiotherapy for people with musculoskeletal conditions: A qualitative study.. Physiotherapy 2024 View
  121. Emezue C, Karnik N, Sabri B, Anakwe A, Bishop-Royse J, Dan-Irabor D, Froilan A, Dunlap A, Li Q, Julion W. Mental Telehealth Utilization Patterns Among High School Students from Racial and Ethnic Minority Backgrounds Affected by Violence and Substance Use. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities 2024 View
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Books/Policy Documents

  1. Breisach T. Erkenntnisse aus COVID-19 für zukünftiges Pandemiemanagement. View
  2. Weier M, Weier N, O’Mara B. Handbook of Substance Misuse and Addictions. View
  3. Weier M, Weier N, O’Mara B. Handbook of Substance Misuse and Addictions. View
  4. Majidi S, Raymond J. Diabetes Digital Health and Telehealth. View