Creating the Moorfields’ virtual eye casualty: video consultations to provide emergency teleophthalmology care during and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic
BMJ Health & Care Informatics, August 2020
Caroline LS Kilduff, Alice AP Thomas, Juliet Dugdill, Edward J Casswell, Marcin Dabrowski, Claire Lovegrove, Dawn A Sim, Gordon R Hay, Peter BM Thomas
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