SIG 18 Perspectives Vol. 2, No. 1, September 2012
This issue of Perspectives on Telepractice focuses on some of the basics of implementing a telepractice program. The authors outline key issues from initial planning to actual practice in the areas of ethics, international telepractice, e-supervision, and school-based telepractice. They go on to discuss their experiences and lessons learned by sharing with the reader potential strategies and barriers to launching a successful telepractice program.
You will be able to:
outline major ethical considerations about the delivery of clinical services via telecommunications technologies and the Internet
- discuss relevant considerations related to implementing international telepractice
- describe key issues involved in supervising graduate students using real-time, synchronous telecommunication technology
- describe important factors involved in implementing a school-based telepractice program
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