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Training next-gen nurses for a digital future: Q&A

Nursing Review spoke with the course director of Nursing at Swinburne University, professor Karen-Leigh Edward, about the role of digital technologies like interactive dummies to prepare future nurses for their profession. Professor Edward said there is a high demand for tech-savvy ...

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Is tech improving the care experience?

Technology is increasingly being used in health and aged care settings to combat a number of issues. Infra-red vein finders, nurse-specific smart devices and various monitoring tools are being introduced on wards, Skype and iPads are helping keep families connected ...

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To boldly go where no nurse has gone before

Academics at New York University’s Rory Meyers College of Nursing are pushing the boundaries with their latest innovation in nurse training. As part of their Star Trek-inspired Holodeck project, Associate Professor Winslow Burleson and his team are using state of the ...

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New nurse fob watch gets gong

Nurses using an award-winning fob watch would be able to access their Apple data should it hit the market. The Smart Fob watch, designed by Bachelor of Nursing student Jordan Kidd, was the winning idea at Murdoch University’s 2018 Young ...

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