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Attend Anywhere / Near Me video consulting service evaluation 2019-2020: report

Published: 23 Jul 2020

This report presents the findings of an external evaluation of the Attend Anywhere / Near Me video consultations service used across health and care services in Scotland

91 page PDF

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91 page PDF

1.6 MB

Attend Anywhere / Near Me video consulting service evaluation 2019-2020: report

91 page PDF

1.6 MB


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