Mr. Michael Addotey-Delove is a lecturer with the Department of Information Technology and currently undertaking a PhD in Telemedicine from the University of Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa. His PhD focuses on identifying issues that affect successful implementation and adoption of telehealth/mobile health in the developing world from the perspective of patients and health workers through a structured review of literature, questionnaire development, structural modeling of latent factors, and the development of a unified model for both stakeholder groups. He has presented his findings in a number of international conferences around the world.
He is the recipient of the coveted best paper award at the recently held Success and Failures of Telemedicine (SFT) Conference, 2019 organized in Gold Coast, Australia by the Australasian Telehealth Society. The SFT is highly regarded as the largest academic telehealth conference in the Southern Hemisphere.