Papers, Books, Book Chapters, Abstracts

2004

Papers

  1. Badger T, Segrin C, Meek P, Lopez AM, Krupinski EA, Blackett A. A Case Study of Telephone Interpersonal Counseling for Women with Breast Cancer and Their Partners. Oncol Nurs Forum, 31(5): 997-1003. 2004.

  2. Barker GP, Krupinski EA, Schellengerg BK, Weinstein RS. Expense comparison of a telemedicine practice versus a traditional clinical practice. Telemedicine Journal & e-Health, 10:376-379. 2004.

  3. Barker G, McNeill KM, Krupinski EA, Weinstein RS. The Arizona Telemedicine Clinical Encounters Costing for Telemedicine Services. Telemedicine J e-Health 10: 381-388, 2004.

  4. Bohnenkamp SK, McDonald P, Lopez AM, Krupinski EA, Blackett A. Traditional versus Telenursing Outpatient Management of Patients with Cancer with New Ostomies. Oncol Nurs Forum, 17; 31(5): 1005-10. 2004.

  5. Cruz M, Cruz RF, Krupinski EA, Lopez AM, McNeely RA, Weinstein RS. Effect of Camera Resolution and Bandwidth on Facial Affect Recognition. Telemed Journal and e-Health, Vol. 10 (3); 392-402. 2004.

  6. Krupinski EA, Barker G, Lopez AM, Weinstein RS. An analysis of unsuccessful teleconsultations. J Telemed/Telecare, 10: 6-10. 2004.

  7. Krupinski EA, Lopez AM, Lyman T, Barker G, Weinstein RS. Continuing education via telemedicine: Analysis of reasons for attending or not attending. Telemed J e-Health, 10: 403-09. 2004.

  8. Krupinski EA, Hughes AM, Barker GP, Lopez AM, Weinstein RS. Fluctuations in telemedicine case volume: correlation with personnel turnover rates. Telemed J e-Health, 9(4): 369-373. 2004.

  9. Krupinski EA, Engstrom M, Barker GP, Levine N, Weinstein RS. The challenges of following patients and assessing outcomes in teledermatology. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 10:21-24. 2004.

  10. Lopez AM, Lazarus S, Webster P, Jones EG, Cruz M, Weinstein RS. Use of American sign language in telepsychiatry consultation. Telemed J e-Health, 10: 389-391. 2004.

  11. Weinstein RS, Descour MR, Liang C, Barker GP, Scott KA, Richter L, et al. An Array Microscope for Ultrarapid Virtual Slide Processing and Telepathology. Design, Fabrication, and Validation Study. Journal of Human Pathology, 09: 1303-1314. 2004.

  12. Weinstein RS, Barker G, Beinar S, Holcomb M, Krupinski EA, Lopez AM, Hughes A, McNeely RA. “Policy and the Origins of the Arizona Statewide Telemedicine Program”. In:Understanding Health Communications Technologies, P Whitten, D Cook, eds Jossey-Bass, San Francisco, 299-309. 2004.

Abstracts

  1. Barker G, Krupinski EA, Hooven S, Tabbaa K, Lopez AM, Tretschok T, Weinstein RS. Comparison of telepain and in-person pain clinic encounters. Telemedicine and e-Health, 11, 222. 2004.

  2. Barker GP, Krupinski EA, Weinstein RS. Funding sources and cycles for telemedicine programs: It’s all about sustainability. Telemedicine J e-Health 10, S-94, 2004.

  3. Krupinski EA, Barker GP, Lopez AM, Weinstein RS. An analysis of unsuccessful telemedicine consultations. Telemedicine J e-Health 10, S-56, 2004.

  4. Krupinski EA. Can off-the-shelf color monitors be used in teleradiology? Telemedicine Journal & e-Health, 10, S47. 2004.

  5. Krupinski EA. Home Health and telemedicine: where are we today? In: Latifi R (Ed). Establishing telemedicine in developing countries: from inception to implementation. Washington, DC: IOS Press, 125-138. 2004.

  6. Latifi R. Epilogue. Stud Health Technol Inform, 229, IOS Press. 2004.

  7. Latifi R. Establishing Telemedicine in Developing Countries: From Inception to Implementation. IOS, Amsterdam, July 2004.

  8. Latifi R. Instead of a Prologue. Establishing Telemedicine in the Balkans: From Berlin to Prishtina via Mars – A Personal Journey. Stud Health Technol Inform, 8-21, IOS Press. 2004.

  9. Latifi R, Peck K, Porter JM, Poropatich R, Geare T III, Nassi R. Telepresence and Telemedicine in Trauma and Emergency Care Management. Stud Health Technol Inform, 193-199. IOS Press, 2004.

  10. Latifi R, Peck K, Satava R, Anvari M. Telepresence and Telementoring in Surgery. Stud Health Technol Inform, 200-206. IOS Press, 2004.

  11. Latifi R, Muja SH, Bekteshi F, Reinicke M. Use of Information Technology to Improve Quality of Healthcare: Kosovas Telemedicine Project and International Virtual e-Hospital as an Example. Stud Health Technol Inform, 159-168. IOS Press, 2004.

  12. Lopez AM, Garcia F, Hatch K, Byron J, Kurker S, Guillen J, Major J, Lazarus S, Avery D, Weinstein RS. Telecolposcopy in a primary care women’s clinic: A pilot study. Telemedicine J e-Health 10, S-106, 2004.

  13. Lopez AM, Avery D, Weinstein RS. Women’s Health Care via Telemedicine. J Telemed and eHealth, 10: Suppl 1 S105. 2004.

  14. Lopez AM. Women’s Health Care Via Telemedicine. J Telemed & e-Health, 10(1): S105-06. 2004.

  15. Weinstein RS, Barker GP, Beinar S, Hughes A, Holcomb M, Krupinski EA, Lopez AM, McNeely RA. Planning a state-wide telemedicine program. The concept of authority management. Telemedicine J e-Health 10, S-65, 2004.


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