Professor Richard Wootton

Honorary Professor

Centre for Health Services Research
Faculty of Medicine

Overview

Honorary professor at UQ.

Senior researcher (part-time) at Norwegian Centre for Telemedicine and Integrated Care.

Research Interests

  • Telemedicine
    Cost-effectiveness of telemedicine, especially in low-resource settings

Qualifications

  • BSc, Durham University
  • MSc, University of Aberdeen
  • PhD, University of London
  • DSc, University of London

Publications

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Supervision

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Publications

Book

  • Telepsychiatry and eMental health. Edited by R. Wootton, P. M. Yellowlees and P. McLaren London, U.K.: Royal Society of Medicine Press, 2003.

Book Chapter

  • Edirippulige, S, Smith, A.C., Bensink, M.E., Armfield, N.R. and Wootton R (2009). Nurses and Telehealth, Current Practice and Future Trends.. In Bettina Staudinger, Victoria Hob and Herwig Osterman (Ed.), Nursing and Clinical Informatics: Socio-Technical Approaches 1 ed. (pp. 94-109) USA / UK: Information Science Reference, Idea Group Inc (IGI).

  • Edirippulige, S, Marasinghe RB, Dissanayake VHW, Abeykoon P and Wootton R (2009). Strategies to promote e-health and telemedicine activities in developing countries. In Wootton R, Patil NG, Scott RE and Ho K (Ed.), Telehealth in the developing world. (pp. 79-87) United Kingdom: Royal Society of Medicine Press.

  • Conrick,, Ribbons,, Edirippulige, S K and Wootton, R (2006). Gazing into the crystal ball. In Moya Conrick (Ed.), Health Informatics: Transforming Healthcare with Technology (pp. 417-423) Australia: Thomson Social Science Press.

  • Wootton, Richard, Dimmick, Susan L. and Kvedar, Joseph C. (2006). Introduction. In Richard Wootton, Susan L. Dimmick and Joseph C. Kvedar (Ed.), Home Telehealth: Connecting Care Within the Community (pp. 1-7) London, United Kingdom: The Royal Society of Medicine Press.

  • Edirippulige, S K and Wootton, R (2006). Telehealth and communication. In Moya Conrick (Ed.), Health Informatics: Transforming Healthcare with Technology (pp. 266-278) Australia: Thomson Social Science Press.

  • Bensink, M. E., Hailey, D. and Wootton, R. (2006). The evidence base for home telehealth. In Richard Wootton, Susan L. Dimmick and Joseph C. Kvedar (Ed.), Home Telehealth: Connecting Care Within the Community (pp. 53-62) London UK: The Royal Society of Medicine Press.

  • Wootton, Richard, Dimmick, Susan L and Kvedar, Joseph C. (2006). The future: Conclusion. In Richard Wootton, Susan L. Dimmick and Joseph C. Kvedar (Ed.), Home Telehealth: Connecting Care Within the Community (pp. 269-273) London, United Kingdom: The Royal Society of Medicine Press.

  • Wootton, R. (2005). An editor's view of telemedicine. In E. Kloosterman (Ed.), Global Telemedicine (pp. 19-31) Tromso, Norway: Norwegian Centre for Telemedicine.

  • Wootton, Richard and Batch, Jennifer (2005). Conclusion. In Richard Wootton and Jennifer Batch (Ed.), Telepediatrics: Telemedicine and Child Health (pp. 337-340) London, U.K.: Royal Society of Medicine Press.

  • Wootton, Richard and Patterson, Victor (2005). Conclusion. In Richard Wootton and Victor Patterson (Ed.), Teleneurology (pp. 185-188) London, United Kingdom: Royal Society of Medicine Press.

  • Patterson, Victor and Wootton, Richard (2005). Introduction. In Richard Wootton and Victor Patterson (Ed.), Teleneurology (pp. 3-7) London, United Kingdom: Royal Society of Medicine Press.

  • Batch, J. and Wootton, R. (2005). Introduction. In R. Wootton and J. Batch (Ed.), Telepediatrics: Telemedicine and Child Health (pp. 3-18) London, U.K.: Royal Society of Medicine Press.

  • Youngberry, K., Swinfen, R., Swinfen, P. and Wootton, R. (2005). Store-and-forward telemedicine. In R. Wootton and J. Batch (Ed.), Telepediatrics: Telemedicine and Child Health 1 ed. (pp. 199-210) London, U.K.: Royal Society of Medicine Press.

  • Wootton, R. and Isles, A. (2005). Telepaediatrics - a Review. In R. Wootton and J. Batch (Ed.), Telepediatrics: Telemedicine and Child Health 1 ed. (pp. 19-24) London, U.K.: Royal Society of Medicine Press.

  • Wootton, R. and Tahir, M.S.M. (2004). Challenges in launching a Malaysian Teleconsulting Network. In Pamela Whitten and David Cook (Ed.), Understanding Health Communication Technologies (pp. 11-18) San Francisco, C.A., U.S.A.: Jossey-Bass.

  • Wootton, R. and Blignault, I. (2004). Telehealth activity in Australia. In B. Grigsby (Ed.), Telemedicine Research Center Report on US Telemedicine Activity (pp. 41-44) New Jersey, U.S.A.: Civic Research Institute.

  • Smith, A. and Wootton, R. (2004). Telemedicine in surgery. In R. Kamel and J. Lumley (Ed.), Textbook of tropical surgery (pp. 149-153) London, U. K.: Westminster Publishing.

  • Wootton, R. (2003). Chronic disease management and telemedicine. In Jodie A. Trafton and William P. Gordon (Ed.), Best Practices in the Behavioral Management of Chronic Disease Neuropsychiatric Disorder ed. (pp. 293-303) Los Altos, California: Institute for Brain Potential (IBP).

  • McLaren, Paul, Yellowlees, Peter and Wootton, Richard (2003). Conclusion. In Richard Wootton, Peter Yellowlees and Paul McLaren (Ed.), Telepsychiatry and e-Mental Health (pp. 349-368) London, United Kingdom: Royal Society of Medicine Press Limited.

  • Wootton, Richard and Blignault, Ilse (2003). Guidelines for telepsychiatry and eMental Health. In Richard Wootton, Peter Yellowlees and Paul McLaren (Ed.), Telepsychiatry and eMental Health (pp. 293-303) London, U.K.: Royal Society of Medicine Press Limited.

  • Yellowlees, P. M., Miller, E. A., McLaren, P. and Wootton, R. (2003). Introduction. In Richard Wootton, Peter Yellowlees and Paul McLaren (Ed.), Telepsychiatry and eMental Health (pp. 3-13) London, England: Royal Society of Medicine Press Limited.

  • Wootton, R. (2002). Telemedicine consultations via the Internet. In Bruce C. McKenzie (Ed.), Medicine and the Internet 3rd ed. (pp. 115-125) Oxford University Press: McKenzie BC.

  • Wootton, R. (2000). The Development of Telemedicine. In M. Rigby, R. Roberts and M. Thick (Ed.), Taking Health Telematics into the 21st Century (pp. 17-26) Oxford, UK: Radcliffe Medical Press.

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