Can video consultations replace face to face interviews?
During the Covid-19 pandemic, a strategy to minimise face to face (FtF) visits and limit viral spread is essential. Video consultations offer clinical assessment despite restricted movement of people. We undertook a rapid literature review to identify the highest currently available level of evidence to inform this major change in clinical practice. We present a narrative synthesis of the one international and one national guideline, and two systematic reviews - all published within the last ...Expand abstract
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