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.
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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

Original Research

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

Original Research

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)
Rosemary Foster

Invited Commentary

Telerehabilitation: Current Challenges to Deployment in the United States (73-77)
Jana Cason, Ellen R Cohn

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