Universities across the country are adopting high-tech simulations to teach the next generation of healthcare professionals.
Faithfully recreated hospital wards, complete with virtual patients that can talk, breathe and even vomit, have become the norm, and it’s no gimmick – research is showing that it can be extremely valuable.
David is joined by Associate Professor Michelle Kelly and Dr Zoe Bradfield from Curtin University’s School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine to discuss the high-tech and surprisingly low-tech approaches to medical simulation.
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