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Commentary on: English W, Robinson J, Gott M. Health professionals' experiences of rapport during telehealth encounters in community palliative care: An interpretive description study. Palliat Med. 2023 Jul;37(7):975-983. doi: 10.1177/02692163231172243. Epub 2023 May 2
Implications for practice and research
Continual training for health professionals is vital to improve their rapport building strategies during telehealth palliative care encounters.
Future studies should explore the perspectives of patients and families on rapport development during palliative care telehealth encounters.
Telehealth has gained prominence in palliative care, offering convenience and accessibility to patients with advanced illnesses, particularly in the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic.1 ⇓With the growing need for palliative care services, particularly in the context of an ageing population, the integration of telehealth into community palliative care has become increasingly relevant. This shift has raised important questions about the nuances of building and maintaining rapport between health …
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