WhatsApp channel for voice memos to capture COVID-19 experiences

Researchers at the University of Melbourne have partnered with Amazon Web Services and Twilio to run a project using a private WhatsApp channel to capture healthcare workers' experiences of the coronavirus pandemic and improve future preparedness.

The researchers, from the Nossal Institute for Global Health and the School of Computing and Information Systems at the University of Melbourne, have set up a WhatsApp channel that enables the compilation of voice memos from healthcare workers on the frontlines.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: COVID-19, WhatsApp, Twilio

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0 # MKM Health 2020-08-26 11:57
What controls exist to ensure patient related information is not shared on WhatsApp and off shored outside Australia.

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