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The Telemedicine Tool Kit; A workbook for NHS doctors, nurses and managers.
  1. Jonathan Benger
  1. Research Fellow in A&E Telemedicine, Tewksbury

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    By Roy Lilley and John Navein. (Pp 185; £30.00.) Radcliffe Medical Press, 2000. ISBN 1-85775-4808.

    This is a 180 page A4 softback book with lots of big type, boxes and icons that aims to “demystify the subject . . . and help you implement your own telemedicine projects”. The authors are well qualified, combining expertise in management, remote health care and real life telemedicine projects, which gives them a credibility sometimes lacking in other writers on this subject. As they freely admit, to produce a book on telemedicine is a little anachronistic, but while a CD ROM might seem more appropriate the book actually has the feel of an electronic publication, both in its style …

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