Report of the 2004-2005 International Telenursing Survey

@article{Grady2007ReportOT,
  title={Report of the 2004-2005 International Telenursing Survey},
  author={Janet L. Grady and L. Schlachta-Fairchild},
  journal={CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing},
  year={2007},
  volume={25},
  pages={266-272}
}
This article reports the findings of a 2004-2005 survey, which portrays an international sample of nurses (n = 719) working with telehealth technologies. The respondents came from a total of 36 countries. The majority of the respondents were from the US, representing 49 of 50 states. The survey provides important information about the characteristics of telenurses; the satisfaction of telenurses with their current telenursing role; the specific knowledge and skills used by telenurses; the… Expand

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