Journal of the International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth
We are proud to announce the first edition of the new e-Journal of the ISfTeH.
This is the result of several months of hard and professional work by the editorial team: Prof. Maurice Mars (South Africa), Prof. Richard Scott (Canada) and Dr. Malina Jordanova (Bulgaria). A warm thanks and congratulations to the editorial team!
The Journal is published under ISSN 2308-0310, and will soon be indexed.
To access, please go to: www.jisfteh.org
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The content of the first issue, Vol 1, No 1 (2013), is:
Welcome - to yet another eHealth journal!
Maurice Mars, Richard Scott, Malina Jordanova
Implementing Interactive Voice Recognition Technology to Activate Vulnerable Patients
Jeremy Rich, Janella Howe, Lori Larson, Chan Chuang
Effectiveness of a telehealth and telecare learning resource within an undergraduate nursing curriculum
David I Barrett
Applying an integrated approach to the design, implementation and evaluation of a telemedicine system
Susan K Hansen, Laurence S Wilson, Toni Robertson
Business model analysis of eHealth use cases in Europe and in Japan
André Schiltz, Salim Zabir, Patrick Rouille, Philippe Genestier, Yasuo Ishigure, Yuji Maede
A conceptual framework for secure mobile health
Patricia AH Williams, Anthony J Maeder
The content of the second issue, Vol 1, No 2 (2013), is:
Would a Rose By Any Other Name - Cause Such Confusion? (52-53)
Richard E Scott, Maurice Mars, Malina Jordanova
TalkMeHome: an in situ evaluation of a service to guide a lost person with dementia home safely (54-61)
Jan M Nauta, Jeffrey Brangert, Marcel Roest, Ruud Janssen, Marike Hettinga
Assessing the development process of the eHealth strategy for South Africa against the recommendations of the WHO/ITU National eHealth Strategy Toolkit. (62-72)
Telerehabilitation: Current Challenges to Deployment in the United States (73-77)
Jana Cason, Ellen R Cohn
This table of content can also be found at http://journals.ukzn.ac.za/index.php/JISfTeH/