Optimizing Telehealth

Optimizing Telehealth

Telebehavioral Health InstituteAll podcasts are based on the published by the Coalition for Technology in Behavioral Science () in 2018. The Optimizing Telehealth series of telehealth podcasts then are designed to help professionals granularly consider how the framework applies to the practice of telehealth, telemedicine, and teletherapy.

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April 14, 2021 6 min

Optimizing Telehealth - Tech Talk Time
Episode 2: Telehealth Therapeutic Relationship

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Episode 2: Strengthening the Telehealth Therapeutic Relationship

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March 31, 2021 8 min

Excerpt from Episode 2: Strengthening the Telehealth Therapeutic Relationship

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Episode 2: Strengthening the Telehealth Therapeutic Relationship

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Excerpt from Episode 1: Effective Strategies for Managing Zoom Fatigue.

To access the full episode and to get your continuing medical education AND continuing education hours, visit us at: telehealth.org.

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January 13, 2021 27 min

We'll be focusing on effective strategies for managing Zoom fatigue. This podcast/webcast is focused on evidence-based strategies for telehealth professionals and consumers. You can get continuing medical education for each episode at Telehealth.org/telehealth-podcast.

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January 9, 2021 4 min

Different technologies or products that are related to managing Zoom fatigue.

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