Bibliography Chapter II

Welcome to the Telebehavioral Health Institute’s telemental health and behavioral telehealth reference bibliography. We are pleased to provide our references to you and the telehealth community. Please note, this is an updated version of the original bibliography from our text, The Mental Health Professional and the New Technologies (2004). You will find more than 1000 primary references below. This resources is searchable by entering your keyword in the “search bar” immediately below this text.  A comprehensive and updated list of more than 3,500 up-to-date references is available to trainees who register for TBHI’s Certificate Training Programs.

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American Medical Association. (2011). Professionalism in the Use of Social Media.
American Medical Association Policy on Telepsychiatry (2017)
American Mental Health Counselors Association. (2000). Code of Ethics of the American Mental Health Counselors Association, Principle 14, Internet On-Line Counseling.
Agence d’évaluation des technologies et des modes d’intervention en santé. (2006). Telehealth: Clinical Guidelines and Technological Standards for Telepsychiatry.
American Psychiatric Association. (1998) Telepsychiatry Via Videoconferencing.
American Psychological Association. (1997). APA Statement on Services by Telephone, Teleconferencing, and Internet, A statement by the Ethics Committee of the American Psychological Association.
American Psychological Association. (2016). Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct.
American Telemedicine Association (ATA). (2014). Practice Guidelines for Live, On Demand Primary and Urgent Care.
American Telemedicine Association (ATA). (2014). Clinical Guidelines for Telepathology.
American Telemedicine Association (ATA). (2014). Guidelines for TeleICU Operations.
American Telemedicine Association (ATA). (2014). Core Operational Guidelines for Telehealth Services Involving Provider-Patient Interactions.
Association of Canadian Psychology Regulatory Organizations. (2011).Model Standards for Telepsychology Service Delivery.
Association of State Social Work Boards. (2015).Model Regulatory Standards for Technology and Social Work Practice..
Australian Psychological Society. (2011).Guidelines for Providing Psychological Services and Products Using the Internet and Telecommunications Technologies..
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Hilty, D.M., Randhawa, K., Maheu, M.M., Drude, K.P., Pantera, R. (in press) Quality telepractice and the therapeutic relationship: Learning from virtual reality, augmented reality and telepresence. Academic Psychiatry.
Hilty D. M., Maheu M. M., Drude, K., Wall, K., Long R, Hertlein K, Luoma, T. (2017). The Need For Telebehavioral Health Competencies: An Approach Based On Competency Frameworks And Common Themes Across Fields. Journal for Technology in Behavioral Science, 1(1).
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Maheu, M.M., Hilty, D. M., Drude, K.P., Hertlein, K.M. (in press). A framework for telebehavioral health competencies across Professions: Process, outcome and practice considerations in a complex era of healthcare. Academic Psychiatry.
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