I just arrived at Ft. Bragg, anticipating a fantastic workshop tomorrow on expert testimony with the folks down here. Should be a very full, very fun day spent on one of my favorite topics. Prep has centered around that (and our 1st live Sustainability course, which happened this afternoon), so not a lot of time [...]
Time once again for Articles of Note. This month’s is basically stuff from the 1st quarter. I included a couple of January articles I missed in earlier editions, so you’ll see articles as far back as the beginning of the year. There is so much good stuff on this list. I know I say that [...]
In chatting with people this week at EVAW, one of the issues that came up several times was the use of telemedicine (or telehealth as some people label it) to enhance forensic clinical practice. Many programs are contemplating using this technology as a way to implement a quality assurance process using more experienced clinicians or [...]
February 10, 2009 | Leave a Comment
The American Telemedicine Association has made available Kentucky’s Use of Telehealth for Disaster Preparedness and Response: 9-11 Was Just the Beginning. This offering, in webinar format, is available for download from their online store. Cost is $30 (although it’s free for members of ATA) and can be viewed at your leisure since it’s prerecorded.