News Summary – 6 June 2012 Reply

Results of UK RCT study on impact of exercise on depression via @guardian

Italian #telehealth trial commenced: Life-long Monitoring of Frail Patients With Chronic

StopAdvisor website uses evidence-based principles to help smokers quit – BJHC via@healthtechwire #telehealth #nhssm

Doctors warn of 60-something ‘ostrich generation’ via@Telegraph

More mobile devices than people ‘within five years’ via @guardian

‘NHS information strategy: powerful plan or just a vision?’ via @guardian

E-Health Insider :: ‘Caldicott to tackle fear of data sharing’

RT @TelehealthHull: SMS reminders associated with decrease in HbA1c levels in people with type 2 diabetes (abstract only)… #telehealth

#telehealth in Canada to provide education & pulm rehab for COPD patients in rural areas with limited resp services

#Teleradiology use in Europe – online survey

RT @COTmdm: We’ve also got some Twitter Tips for anyone attending #cot2012 or wanting to follow from home next week:

‘5bn active users of SMS. By 2014, half of internet use will not be via PC’ – mobile predictions #nhssm

Older adults and internet use | Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project: #nhssm

‘FCC opens new chapter in wireless medical devices’ – Mobile Body Area Networks (MBAN) via@imedicalapps #telehealth

‘Nick Clegg backs benefit cuts for better-off pensioners’ via @guardian

NHS Choices looks at media coverage of exercise and depression research study BMJ

‘FCC working with startups, researchers to accelerate #mHealth’ #telehealth#nhssm

20 yrs of #telemedicine in chronic disease management – synthesis of 141 RCTs – evidence weak, contradictory – JTT

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