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Huisarts en wetenschap

, Volume 60, Issue 11, pp 582–586 | Cite as

Teleconsultatie: optimalisering van palliatieve thuiszorg?

  • Jelle van Gurp
  • Marianne Dees
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Samenvatting

Van Gurp J, Dees M. Teleconsultatie: optimalisering van palliatieve thuiszorg? Huisarts Wet 2017;60(11):573-6.

Moderne communicatietechnologieën, zoals e-mail, internet en de mobiele telefoon, hebben de afgelopen drie decennia snel hun intrede in de huisartsenpraktijk gedaan. Allemaal vragen ze om nieuwe communicatievormen en -normen. Zo ook een van de meest recente toepassingen: videoconsultatie met patiënten. Deze beschouwing beschrijft de ervaringen met videoconsultaties in een context waarin technologie alom gevreesd wordt om zijn onpersoonlijke karakter: bij palliatieve zorg thuis. We laten zien hoe, in deze context, videoconsultatie zorg- en werkrelaties beïnvloedt.

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