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Exploratory on Using Digitally Enabled Technology in the Remote Monitoring of Long Term Conditions

Rimpiläinen, Sanna and Morrison, Ciarán and Rooney, Laura (2016) Exploratory on Using Digitally Enabled Technology in the Remote Monitoring of Long Term Conditions. Digital Health & Care Institute, Glasgow.

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Abstract

Exploratory event for the Academic Health Science Partnership (AHSP) in Tayside, on the 4th of October, where the use of digitally enabled technology in the remote monitoring of long term conditions was discussed by clinicians and other stakeholders.