BUSHkids telepractice research
BUSHkids has a research partnership with the Centre for Research Excellence in Telehealth at the University of Queensland to develop BUSHkids telepractice services.
Starting in 2015, the research has helped BUSHkids understand how to best deliver telepractice to support our face-to-face services. See the story here: https://stories.uq.edu.au/bel/2019/bringing-telehealth-to-bushkids/index.html
You can read the published research articles here:
- Client, provider and community referrer perceptions of telehealth for the delivery of rural paediatric allied health services: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/ajr.12519
- Implementation factors are neglected in research investigating telehealth delivery of allied health services to rural children: A scoping review. https://espace.library.uq.edu.au/view/UQ:35aa01e
- Implementing telehealth innovations in a rural paediatric allied health and education service: https://espace.library.uq.edu.au/view/UQ:39957dc
teleBUSHkids Projects & Programs
Through generous sponsorship from the Royal National Agricultural and Industrial Association (RNA), BUSHkids is able to provide families with an iPad to allow participation in telepractice from home.
For more information on the partnership between the RNA and BUSHkids, please see here: https://www.bushkids.org.au/bushkids/2019/royal-queensland-show-raises-over-40000-for-bushkids/