Pacific Medical Technology Symposium (1998)
Aug. 17, 1998 to Aug. 20, 1998
Joann Hollandsworth , Tripler Army Medical Center
JoEllen Cerny , Tripler Army Medical Center
Anthony Ettipio , Tripler Army Medical Center
Jillian Inouye , University of Hawaii
This feasibility project will explore the acceptance and reliability of integrating inexpensive POTS-Based video technology into the existing clinical process of the Joint New Parents Support Program, a Community Health Nursing early prenatal home visitation program located at Tripler, Army Medical Center with a mission to prevent child abuse and neglect. To date, no research documenting the utilization of two-way video technology, in care delivery, targeting a prenatal high-risk military population has been identified.
J. Inouye, A. Ettipio, J. Cerny and J. Hollandsworth, "Enhancing a Child Abuse Prevention Program Through POTS-BASED Two Way Video Technology," Pacific Medical Technology Symposium(PACMEDTEK), Honolulu, Hawaii, 1998, pp. 268.