Started 12th Nov, 2021

I would like to adapt neuroscience tools for activities in telemedicine, family/ emergency medicine. Does anyone have literature or references?

I am thinking about adapting neuroscience tools for identifying the patient’s reactions in making the diagnosis. I know there is a debate, but I cannot find any literature. Could anyone help me?

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12th Nov, 2021
Afifa Siddique
Hi Liliana,
Yes, you are right. There is a plenty of discussion in this area. Please find below some guidelines.
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