What is the potential of Telehealth and Virtual Trials post-COVID?

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      JonCarrano
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      Would the panel like to comment on the potential of Telehealth and Virtual Trials post COVID? Despite the tyranny of distance in Australia the uptake of these technologies has been spasmodic – will the wide adoption of Zoom open the floodgates to the more secure telehealth options for trials?

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      NSW has also recently released our Teletrials SOPs to support virtual clinical trials approaches in the C-19 environment.  These SOPs are available on our clincialtrialsNSW webpage, along with our Clinical Trial Toolkit https://www.medicalresearch.nsw.gov.au/clinical-trial-toolkit/

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