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A retrospective review of telehealth services for children referred to a paediatric nephrologist.

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Aug 03, 2015

BACKGROUND: Telemedicine has emerged as an alternative mode of health care delivery over the last decade. To date, there is very limited published information in the field of telehealth and paediatric nephrology.

Under-18 year old callers to New Zealand's Quitline.

Publication Date: 
Apr 08, 2008

AIM: To investigate the characteristics of under-18 year old callers to New Zealand's Quitline (smoking-cessation telephone counselling service).

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Digital divide: variation in internet and cellular phone use among women attending an urban sexually transmitted infections clinic.

Publication Date: 
Feb 15, 2010

We sought to describe: (1) the prevalence of internet, cellular phone, and text message use among women attending an urban sexually transmitted infections (STI) clinic, (2) the acceptability of health advice by each mode of information and communication technology (ICT), and (3) demographic chara

Tests of the accuracy and speed of categorizing foods into child vs professional categories using two methods of browsing with children.

Publication Date: 
Jan 27, 2010

This research tested whether children could categorize foods more accurately and speedily when presented with child-generated rather than professionally generated food categories, and whether a graphically appealing browse procedure similar to the Apple iTunes (Cupertino, CA) "cover flow&quo

Personal digital assistant (PDA) use amongst anaesthetists: an Australian survey.

Publication Date: 
Jun 17, 2005

We report an email questionnaire survey of Personal Digital Assistants (PDA) use amongst members of the Australian Society of Anaesthetists (ASA). PDAs are becoming increasingly popular and they have many applications within the healthcare community.

[Cyberbullying: adolescent victimization through mobile phone and internet].

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Nov 03, 2010

The aim of this study was to analyse the prevalence of victimization through mobile phone and internet. The differences of gender and academic year in the type of electronic aggression were also examined. The sample comprised 2001 adolescents of both genders and ages between 11 and 17 years.