Doctoral student writes about telemedicine in Ghana

Heather Baily, a PhD candidate in the Department of Anthropology, wrote a guest blog for Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry, an international journal of cross-cultural health research.

Titled “Telemedicine in Ghana,” her post described a trip to Ghana, where she investigated how the country is implementing more telemedicine efforts.

Baily describes telemedicine as “the use of telecommunication tools, namely cell phones and computers, to exchange information regarding patient health.”

Read her full article at culturemedicinepsychiatry.com/2017/03/01/guest-blog-telemedicine-in-ghana/.