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Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Near Me video consulting service: evaluation 2020 - main report

Published: 23 Mar 2021

This report presents the findings of an external evaluation of the rapid scaling-up of the Near Me video consultation service across health and care services in Scotland during 2020, in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Near Me video consulting service: evaluation 2020 - main report
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