Brasilian Teledermatology Mobile Applications (Free)
El proyecto es un instrumento de la red en el cuál, dermatologos, patologos, dermatopatologos, infectivologos, especialistas en enfermedades tropicales, estudiantes de medicina, internos y residentes en diferentes especialidades médicas pueden discutir casos de díficil interpretación en materias como dermatologia clinica, dermatopatologia y medicina tropical con énfasis en leprologia.
El proyecto ha sido concebido en colaboración con:

African Teledermatology Mobile Applications : Free Teledermatology Consultations : Open Community
The project is about the exchange of knowledge and expertise on a worldwide level (PLoS Medicine 2005: Health in Action: Freely Available Online Consultations in Dermatology). The goal of the Community for Teledermatology | Dermatology is to create a surplus value for experts, physicians and healthcare workers interested in dermatology and teledermatology.
The unique aspect of the philosophy is that every colleague can easily seek diagnostic advice for free from a pool of other colleagues willing to share their knowledge, some of whom may have more experience in a particular clinical setting.
The content is determined by the free-access philosophy, which means that it is free to all users, who create the subject matter themselves. The main way users interact with the program is through submitting and responding to “requests”, in which a user solicits a consultation, either from a particular expert or from an online forum, on a particular patient. The moderator of the forum currently is Cesare Massone, a colleague with a special background in dermatopathology and clinicopathologic correlation. (Speaks Spanish, Portugese, italian as well as English) .
Contact email is
other contact email
عروض بنده , عروض العثيم , عروض كارفور , عروض الدانوب , عروض جرير , عروض اكسترا

Useful Links for Dermoscopy/Teledermatology
عروض بنده , عروض العثيم , عروض التميمي , عروض الدانوب


Jonathan Rees and Bob Fisher (Edinburgh) Training Database for dermatological lesions
An international, case-based, distance-learning collaboration between the UK and Somaliland using a real-time clinical education website
"Health scientists in developing countries can use social media to tackle research priorities, ... build[ing] networks and shar[ing] the knowledge needed to make strategic progress towards strengthening health systems." They say that mobile technology can enable "direct interaction with patients, helping remote training of health care workers, and supporting the education of scientists," and that the use of social media outlets, such as Twitter, can "facilitate collaboration between scientists in developing countries," preventing duplication of research (9/15)

Resource and Links from Cathy Dorrian
teledermat dutch study.pdf
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Resources and Links from Anne Reoch
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Resources and Links from Colin Morton


What makes teledermatology services work/fail in practice?