Telehealth equipment

To build on telehealth education, we are developing simulation and service delivery models across Charles Sturt University campuses with a multidisciplinary approach.

Charles Sturt telehealth equipment

Videoconference trolleys are installed at each campus (Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Dubbo, Orange, Port Macquarie and Wagga Wagga). They are in use for simulation classes and student-led patient clinics.

The chosen equipment was based on a simple concept of fit for purpose, functional within differing clinical spaces, easy integration with Charles Sturt University systems and reflective of the equipment in place at placement providers.

Charles Sturt staff can contact the Service Coordinator for more information and booking enquiries.

A medical practitioner overseeing a telehealth video conference

A patient rests on a bed while participating in a telehealth video conference

Three Rivers has provided intraoral cameras for dentistry and oral health students in their practice at Charles Sturt University clinics. These cameras allow students to educate their patients with a real-time view, along with storing the images in the patient electronic file.

A student monitors the screen of an intraoral camera

A student records a patient using an intraoral camera

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