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Telehealth has much to offer First Nations people. But technical glitches and a lack of rapport can get in the way

By Centaine Snoswell, Senior Research Fellow Health Economics, The University of Queensland
Jonathan Bullen, Associate Professor, Curtin University
Liam Caffery, Associate Professor in Telehealth and Director of Telehealth Technology, Centre for Online Health, The University of Queensland
Here’s where we could lift our game to ensure reliable, equitable and culturally safe telehealth for First Nations people in Australia, whether living remotely or in our cities.The Conversation

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