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Telewissenschaft ­ Telescience : Machbarkeitsstudie, Definition und eine faire Antwort zum Wissenschafts-Braindrain. / [Telescience : Feasibility studies, definition and a fair answer to the scientific brain drain].

Craemer, E M; Bassa, B; Jacobi, C; Becher, H; Meyding-Lamadé, U.
Nervenarzt; 88(2): 148-155, 2017 Feb.
Artigo em Alemão | MEDLINE | Jan 2017 | ID: mdl-28083686
Resumo: BACKGROUND: What is telescience? Is it feasible to transfer academic information with the help of telematics to educate and teach young scientists over large distances? The term telescience has so far not been defined but covers a variety of possibilities, which could be successfully implemented worldwide. This article gives examples and highlights the feasibility analysis of telescience. METHODS: We have carried out feasibility analyses for neurological functional diagnostics, an epidemiological cross-sectional study as well as a laboratory study for detection of thrombocyte function during dengue fever with the help of telemedicine. The basis for all these projects was a telemedical transcontinental cooperation over a distance of 12,000 km. RESULTS: All performed studies demonstrated the feasibility. With the help of telematics the laboratory techniques, planning, conduction and interpretation of results as well as publication skills can be transferred. DISCUSSION: Telescience is feasible. Our studies showed that telescience is a very promising option to transfer knowledge, which will help to enable professional expertise to be transferred directly to the region/country without a brain drain. All too often young motivated scientists are enticed to move to well-known institutions, which involves the danger of a brain drain. Brain drain can be avoided in favor of local implementation of scientific projects. Our results illustrate that it is feasible to educate and guide scientists with the help of telematics infrastructures.