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Telepsychiatry Helps Recruitment and Patient Care in Rural Areas

15:49 EDT 12 Sep 2019 | Bioethics.com

(NPR) – Growing problems with addiction and depression have made the country’s shortage of mental health professionals much more acute for rural areas. Geographic isolation exacerbates a vicious cycle. A shortage of doctors means patients can’t get timely care. The … Read More

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