By Kathleen Myers & Carolyn L. Turvey
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The ability to observe these subtleties is highly related to having sufficient bandwidth to allow fast transmission. When there is adequate bandwidth, the video images have very high resolution, so that even small movements are appreciated. There is also no time lapse in verbal transmission such that the patient and the teleclinician can freely converse including speaking at the same time. 30 frames/s) as possible. If the transmission has fluid motion and good resolution, then subtle changes in facial expression can be detected, such as tearfulness or even the blunting and quivering that precedes tearfulness.
Clinical experience has shown that there can be elements of initial skepticism about care, but these are often overcome with experience. There are options of adjusting the volume of the monitor if there are concerns about hearing impairment as well as offering written materials or repeating explanations. In addition, age-appropriate attempts to communicate a shared world can be attempted. For instance, if there is significant distance between the sites, discussing the weather at each site or local events can be helpful.
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Telemental Health: Clinical, Technical, and Administrative Foundations for Evidence-Based Practice by Kathleen Myers & Carolyn L. Turvey