Using personal mobile devices for clinical photos

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Medical photography has long had an important role in the assessment and management of patients in general practice. With most mobile phones and tablets equipped with high-quality cameras, significant memory capacity, and wireless technology, it is easier than ever to capture and distribute clinical photos of patients.

This resource highlights considerations that should be taken when taking clinical photos on a personal mobile device that belongs to a clinician and is used outside of the workplace.

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