Telepsychiatry as a routine service--the perspective of the patient.

@article{Simpson2001TelepsychiatryAA,
  title={Telepsychiatry as a routine service--the perspective of the patient.},
  author={John H. Simpson and Sandra Doze and Douglas Urness and David M. Hailey and Philip J. Jacobs},
  journal={Journal of telemedicine and telecare},
  year={2001},
  volume={7 3},
  pages={
          155-60
        }
}
Patient perspectives were examined as part of an assessment of a routine telepsychiatry service in rural Alberta. Information was gathered through self-report questionnaires and telephone interviews. Of 379 questionnaires distributed to patients, 230 (61%) were returned. Of the patients who completed questionnaires, 89% reported being satisfied with the service and 96-99% were satisfied with the equipment and the room. Twenty-nine of 31 patients who were interviewed by telephone preferred… CONTINUE READING

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