Using Digitally Enabled Technology in the Remote Monitoring of Long Term Conditions

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Abstract

The Digital Health & Care Institute (DHI) hosted an Exploratory event for the Academic Health Science Partnership (AHSP) in Tayside, on Tuesday the 4th of October. The aim of the event was to inform and inspire the participants to consider remote monitoring as an alternative to the traditional methods for monitoring long term conditions, and to identify a group of interested clinicians to start making remote monitoring a reality in Tayside.
LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationGlasgow
Number of pages19
Publication statusUnpublished - 2016

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Using Digitally Enabled Technology in the Remote Monitoring of Long Term Conditions. / Rimpilainen, Sanna; Morrison, Ciaran; Rooney, Laura.

Glasgow, 2016. 19 p.

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