The COVID-19 Pandemic and Telemedicine

Keywords: Covid-19, telemedicine, research, implementation, adoption




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Author Biography

Maurice Mars, University of KwaZulu-Natal

Professor Emeritus Department of TeleHealth


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How to Cite
Mars, M., & Scott, R. (2022). The COVID-19 Pandemic and Telemedicine. Journal of the International Society for Telemedicine and EHealth, 10, e1 (1-2).

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