Papers, Books, Book Chapters, Abstracts

2005

Papers

  1. Badger TL, Lopez AM. Profiles of Women with Breast Cancer: Who Respond to a Telephone Interpersonal Counseling Intervention. J Psychosocial Oncol, 23: 79-99. 2005.

  2. Badger T, Segrin C, Meek P, Lopez AM, Bonham E, Sieger A. Telephone Interpersonal Counseling with Women with Breast Cancer: Symptom Management and Quality of Life. Oncol Nurs Forum, 32(2): 273-79. 2005.

  3. Barker GP, Krupinski EA, McNeely RA, Holcomb MJ, Lopez AM, Weinstein RS. The Arizona Telemedicine Program Business Model. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 11(8): 397-402. 2005.

  4. Latifi R. Editorial. European Surgery, 37(5): 267-269, October, SpringerWein. 2005.

  5. Latifi R. Case Report: Kosova. International Telecommunication Union Report on Application of Telecommucation in Health Care. 202-207, Edited by National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan. October, 2005.

  6. Latifi R, Ong CA, Peck KA, Porter JM, Williams MD. Telepresence and telemedicine in trauma and emergency care management. European Surgery. 37(5): 293-297, October, SpringerWein. 2005.

  7. Lopez AM, Avery D, Krupinski EA, Lazarus S, Weinstein RS. Increasing Access to Care Via Tele-Health: The Arizona Experience. J Ambulatory Care Management, 28:1, 16-23. 2005.

  8. Major J.  Telemedicine Room Design.  Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 11(1): 10-14.  2005.

  9. Weinstein RS, Descour M, Liang C, Bartels P. Invention of an array microscope for use in telepathology. Telemedicine J e-Health 11, 213-214, 2005.

Books

  1. Kayser K, Szymas J, Weinstein RS. Telepathology and Telemedicine: Communication, Electronic Education and Publication in e-Health. VSV Interdisciplinary Medical Publishing, Berlin, 1-257. 2005.

Abstracts

  1. Barker G, Krupinski E, Hooven S, Tabbaa K, Lopez A, Tretschok T, Weinstein RS. Comparison of telepain and in-person pain clinic encounters. Telemedicine J e-Health 11, 222, 2005.

  2. Dario C, Dunbar A, Feliciani F, Garcia-Barbero M, Giovannetti S, Graschew G, Guel A, Horsch A, Jenssen M, Kleinebreil L, Latifi R, Lleo M, Mancini P, Mohr MTJ, Ortiz Garcia P, Pedersen S, Perez-Sastre JM, Rey A. Opportunities and Challenges of eHealth and Telemedicine via Satellite. Eur J Res, Supplement 10(1), March 15, 2005.

  3. England W, Barker GP, Lordan D. Employer Coverage of Telehealth within the ATA. Telemedicine & e-Health, 11:200. 2005.

  4. Hughes A, McNeely R, Lopez A, Weinstein RS. Improving interagency communication through statewide virtual diabetes roundtables over a telehealth network. Telemedicine J e-Health 11, 248, 2005.

  5. Krupinski EA. On and Off Axis Viewing of Medical Images with CRT and LCD Monitors. Telemed & e-Health, 11(2): P41. 2005.

  6. Krupinski E, McNeely R, Holcomb M, Barker G, Weinstein RS. Telemedicine as the foundation for a statewide “network of networks” – Evaluation of network activities. Telemedicine J e-Health 11, 251, 2005.

  7. Lamb G, Krupinski E, McNeely R, Lopez A, Weinstein RS. Interdisciplinary training in telemedicine. Telemedicine J e-Health 11, p. 194, 2005.

  8. Lopez A, Zazworsky D, Gallegos G, Doughery-Lake J, Krupinski E, Major J, McNeely R, Weinstein RS. Measuring the effect of diabetes telehealth learning activities on K-12 students. Telemedicine J e-Health 11, 210, 2005..

  9. Whitten P, Krupinski EA, Grigsby J, Wootton R, Nelson EL, Jennett. The telemedicine research field: a rigorous debate. Telemedicine and e-Health, 11, 223. 2005.


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