Electronic consultations with Video Supported PowerPoint versus in-clinic face-to-face, pre-travel consultations: A single-centre, comparative analysis.

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Summary of "Electronic consultations with Video Supported PowerPoint versus in-clinic face-to-face, pre-travel consultations: A single-centre, comparative analysis."

Pretravel consultation involves a face-to-face visit with a Travel Medicine expert and includes time consuming educating/counseling. Efficacy of electronic consultations for pretravel is unknown. We compared pretravel education via face-to-face consult to an electronic consultations combined with education via Video Supported PowerPoint for select travelers.


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Name: Travel medicine and infectious disease
ISSN: 1873-0442
Pages: 101556


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