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Telehealth and Medicine Today 2020 Editors Best Article Award ConV2X 2021 Editors Best Telehealth Article Award: ConV2X 2021 Editors Best Telehealth Article Award
Telehealth and Medicine Today ; 7(2), 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2026493
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Announced during the Telehealth and Medicine Today (THMT) ConV2X 2021 Symposium themed “Blueprint for a New Digital Health Era,” broadcast November 10, 2021, the winning article is titled "Role of Telemedicine in Healthcare During COVID-19 Pandemic in Developing Countries," authored by Muhammad Abdul Kadir, PhD, Department of Biomedical Physics & Technology from the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. The article presented the highest number of reader engagements with the most downloads, views and highest number of citations to date. To read the open access peer reviwed article go to https//doi.org/10.30953/bhty.v3.134. The work is important because it represents the global bibliodiversity of research content in THMT that is critical in sharing local and global issues with the ecosystem. This supports the dissemination of research results for the benefit of all in society, while simultaneously promoting diversity in research assessment and evaluation from emerging nations. Dr. Kadir commented the reason he selected the Telehealth and Medicine Today (THMT) journal was due to the journal’s timeliness, that it is open access, and that he appreciates THMT's diverse scientific community and reach around the globe – along with the number of citations received to date.
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Full text: Available Collection: Databases of international organizations Database: ProQuest Central Type of study: Experimental Studies Language: English Journal: Telehealth and Medicine Today Year: 2022 Document Type: Article