With the growth of telecommunication networks and the development of digital imaging technologies, telemedicine is helping to provide patients all over the world with access to specialist healthcare professionals, no matter how isolated their surroundings. This book is a comprehensive companion for anyone involved in planning and conducting teledermatology services including dermatologists, general practitioners, paramedical staff, health service managers, and IT and website technicians.
a useful complement to existing literature on telemedicine and teledermatology.
Clinical & Experimental Dermatology
Teledermatology edited by Richard Wootton and Amanda Oakley provides a comprehensive guide to the subject….I found this a very useful book…[I] strongly recommend reading this book before investing in a teledermatology system.
Dr E C Benton, Consultant Dermatologist
It is a fascinating, well-presented and clearly laid-out introduction to the discipline, and a timely addition to the literature.
This concise and well-structured volume addresses most of the issues involved in the establishment and running of a teledermatology system.
Health Information on the Internet
The book is a nice, small and reasonably priced volume. They have successfully achieved the objectives of introducing techniques for telemedicine and describing the benefits.
It provides an excellent resource for a clinician undertaking teledermatology.
Australasian Journal of Dermatology, 2002
It provides a very valuable foundation in teledermatology for clinicians, health care managers, and researchers.
Telemedicine Journal and e-Health