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1. Telemedicine services thrive during Covid-19. Vet Rec. 2020;186(12):365.

2. Angel DM, Zeiger RS, Sicherer SH, Khan DA, Schatz M. JACI: In Practice Response to COVID-19 Pandemic. J Allergy Clin Immunol Pract. 2020.

3. Calton B, Abedini N, Fratkin M. Telemedicine in the Time of Coronavirus. J Pain Symptom Manage. 2020.

4. Chick RC, Clifton GT, Peace KM, et al. Using Technology to Maintain the Education of Residents During the COVID-19 Pandemic. J Surg Educ. 2020.

5. Deepak J, Subuhi K, Ishmeet K. WhatsApp messenger as a teledermatology tool during coronavirus disease (COVID-19): From Bedside to Phone-side. Clin Exp Dermatol. 2020.

6. Gadzinski AJ, Ellimoottil C, Odisho AY, Watts KL, Gore JL. Implementing Telemedicine in Response to the 2020 COVID-19 Pandemic. J Urol. 2020:101097ju0000000000001033.

7. Grange ES, Neil EJ, Stoffel M, et al. Responding to COVID-19: The UW Medicine Information Technology Services Experience. Appl Clin Inform. 2020;11(2):265-275.

8. Greenhalgh T, Koh GCH, Car J. Covid-19: a remote assessment in primary care. Bmj. 2020;368:m1182.

9. Greenhalgh T, Wherton J, Shaw S, Morrison C. Video consultations for covid-19. Bmj. 2020;368:m998.

10. Hollander JE, Carr BG. Virtually Perfect? Telemedicine for Covid-19. N Engl J Med. 2020.

11. Hong YR, Lawrence J, Williams D, Jr., Mainous Iii A. Population-Level Interest and Telehealth Capacity of US Hospitals in Response to COVID-19: Cross-Sectional Analysis of Google Search and National Hospital Survey Data. JMIR Public Health Surveill. 2020;6(2):e18961.

12. Huang S, Xiao Y, Yan L, et al. Implications for Online Management: Two Cases with COVID-19. Telemed J E Health. 2020.

13. Korr KS. On the Front Lines of Primary Care during the Coronavirus Pandemic Shifting from office visits to telephone triage, telemedicine. R I Med J (2013). 2020;103(3):9-10.

14. Lenert L, McSwain BY. Balancing Health Privacy, Health Information Exchange and Research in the Context of the COVID-19 Pandemic. J Am Med Inform Assoc. 2020.

15. Nagata JM. Rapid Scale-Up of Telehealth during the COVID-19 Pandemic and Implications for Subspecialty Care in Rural Areas. J Rural Health. 2020.

16. Ohannessian R, Duong TA, Odone A. Global Telemedicine Implementation and Integration Within Health Systems to Fight the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Call to Action. JMIR Public Health Surveill. 2020;6(2):e18810.

17. Portnoy J, Waller M, Elliott T. Telemedicine in the Era of COVID-19. J Allergy Clin Immunol Pract. 2020.

18. Reeves JJ, Hollandsworth HM, Torriani FJ, et al. Rapid Response to COVID-19: Health Informatics Support for Outbreak Management in an Academic Health System. J Am Med Inform Assoc. 2020.

19. Rockwell KL, Gilroy AS. Incorporating telemedicine as part of COVID-19 outbreak response systems. Am J Manag Care. 2020;26(4):147-148.

20. Shanthanna H, Strand NH, Provenzano DA, et al. Caring for patients with pain during the COVID-19 pandemic: Consensus recommendations from an international expert panel. Anaesthesia. 2020.

21. Smith AC, Thomas E, Snoswell CL, et al. Telehealth for global emergencies: Implications for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). J Telemed Telecare. 2020:1357633x20916567.

22. Villani A, Scalvenzi M, Fabbrocini G. Teledermatology: a useful tool to fight COVID-19. J Dermatolog Treat. 2020:1-3.

23. Zhou X, Snoswell CL, Harding LE, et al. The Role of Telehealth in Reducing the Mental Health Burden from COVID-19. Telemed J E Health. 2020.

1. Asad H, Kanwar T. "But Dr Google said…" - Training medical students how to communicate with E-patients(). Med Teach. 2019;41(6):690.

2. Chick RC, Clifton GT, Peace KM, et al. Using Technology to Maintain the Education of Residents During the COVID-19 Pandemic. J Surg Educ. 2020.

3. Dannenberg KA, Stroben F, Schröder T, Thomas A, Hautz WE. The future of practical skills in undergraduate medical education - an explorative Delphi-Study. GMS J Med Educ. 2016;33(4):Doc62.

4. Doarn CR, Dorogi A, Tikhtman R, Pallerla H, Vonder Meulen MB. Opinions on the Role of Telehealth in a Large Midwest Academic Health Center: A Case Study. Telemedicine and E-Health. 2019;25(12):1250-1261.

5. Dorigatti AE, Pereira BMT, Simões RL, Matsuguma JR, Calderan TRA, Fraga GP. In-person and telemedicine course models for disaster preparedness: a comparative analysis. Rev Col Bras Cir. 2018;45(3):e1710.

6. Edirippulige S, Armfield NR. Education and training to support the use of clinical telehealth: A review of the literature. J Telemed Telecare. 2017;23(2):273-282.

7. Edirippulige S, Samanta M, Armfield NR. Assessment of Self-Perceived Knowledge in e-Health Among Undergraduate Students. Telemed J E Health. 2018;24(2):139-144.

8. Fernando J, Lindley J. Lessons learned from piloting mHealth informatics practice curriculum into a medical elective. J Am Med Inform Assoc. 2018;25(4):380-384.

9. Hege I, Kononowicz AA, Kiesewetter J, Foster-Johnson L. Uncovering the relation between clinical reasoning and diagnostic accuracy - An analysis of learner's clinical reasoning processes in virtual patients. PLoS One. 2018;13(10):e0204900.

10. Jonas CE, Durning SJ, Zebrowski C, Cimino F. An Interdisciplinary, Multi-Institution Telehealth Course for Third-Year Medical Students. Acad Med. 2019;94(6):833-837.

11. Kuhn S, Jungmann F. [Medicine in the digital age : Telemedicine in medical school education]. Radiologe. 2018;58(3):236-240.

12. Mian A, Khan S. Medical education during pandemics: a UK perspective. In: BMC Med. Vol 18.2020:100.

13. Palmer RT, Biagioli FE, Mujcic J, Schneider BN, Spires L, Dodson LG. The feasibility and acceptability of administering a telemedicine objective structured clinical exam as a solution for providing equivalent education to remote and rural learners. Rural Remote Health. 2015;15(4):3399.

14. Pathipati AS, Azad TD, Jethwani K. Telemedical Education: Training Digital Natives in Telemedicine. J Med Internet Res. 2016;18(7):e193.

15. Rienits H, Teuss G, Bonney A. Teaching telehealth consultation skills. Clin Teach. 2016;13(2):119-123.

16. Young JD, Abdel-Massih R, Herchline T, et al. Infectious Diseases Society of America Position Statement on Telehealth and Telemedicine as Applied to the Practice of Infectious Diseases. Clinical Infectious Diseases. 2019;68(9):1437-1443.

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