Helping Hands: Providing Patient Care via Telehealth During the COVID-19 Outbreak
JournalInside SOP: The University of Maryland School of Pharmacy's Blog
PublisherUniversity of Maryland, Baltimore. School of Pharmacy
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AbstractThe post describes the benefit of providing students with telehealth training during their education through the example of the work of four fourth-year students completing rotation responsibilities with the School of Pharmacy's eHealth Center during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
DescriptionThis piece was part of a series of Helping Hands stories authored by School of Pharmacy faculty, staff, students, trainees, and alumni who stepped up to assist their family and friends, colleagues, and communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Olunfunke Sokan, advanced practice pharmacist in the School of Pharmacy's eHealth Center, oversaw the work of four fourth-year pharmacy students during their rotation responsibilities. The students were given the opportunity to learn a realtively new technology (telehealth) while completing their rotation during the COVID-19 crisis.
Series/Report No.Helping Hands
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KeywordUMB COVID-19 personal narratives
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Mobile Integrated Health (MIH) program
University of Maryland, Baltimore
University of Maryland, Baltimore. School of Pharmacy
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