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Date - 16 December 2020
Students not only learn how to use telehealth equipment, they also learn to conduct consultations via telehealth clinics at the SQRH Charleville Clinical Training Facility.
With telehealth a vital tool in South West Queensland, it is imperative that nursing, midwifery and allied health students are familiar with the technology and are confident to deliver care via this method. Telehealth allows not only student-led patient care, but supervision of students by expert clinicians and educators across large distances.
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