TEACHING AND CONSULTATION BY TELEVISION. I. CLOSED-CIRCUIT COLLABORATION.

  • Benschoter R
  • Wittson C
  • Ingham C
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Abstract

A two way closed circuit television system began operating between the Nebraska Psychiatric Institute in Omaha and the state mental hopsital in Norfolk, Nebrask 112 miles away. The objectives of the system are outline as follows - Education and Training by allowing the professional staff at Norfolk State Hospital to participate in presentations of case materials held at Nebraska Psychiatric Institute in Omaha; improved patient diagnosis and treatment by having the specialist at the Institute, or any of the other faculty at the University Medical Cener, accessible to the state hospital; increased collaborative research activity by enabling researchers at the state hospital to communicate by television with research consultants and participate in research seminars at the Institute

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  • Cooperative Behavior
  • Hospitals
  • Humans
  • Nebraska
  • Psychiatric
  • Referral and Consultation
  • Teaching
  • Television

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  • SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-0001846327
  • SGR: 0001846327
  • PMID: 14303628
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Authors

  • R A Benschoter

  • C L Wittson

  • C G Ingham

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