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Survey on Telemedicine

Survey on Telemedicine

Teleconsultation, sometimes referred to as remote consultation or telehealth, refers to interactions that happen between a clinician (such as doctor, nurse or pharmacist) and a patient for the purpose of providing diagnostic or therapeutic advice through electronic means (such as phone or device with internet access). This enables the delivery of continuous care at the comfort of patients’ own homes. 

In this survey, we would like to understand how comfortable elderly cancer patients are towards teleconsultation, as a complement to face-to-face medication reviews.

You are eligible for the study if you have enrolled in the medication therapy management (MTM) service with our pharmacist at the National Cancer Centre Singapore (NCCS).

Your participation in this study is entirely voluntary. All information will be kept confidential and no personal data will be collected.

There are no right or wrong answers to the questions we will be asking. We would like to hear your opinion on this subject and hope that you will try to give your honest answers to the questions.

It should take approximately 5-10 minutes to complete.

For English survey, please go to

Thank you!