Florence Nightingale-“The Lady with the Lamp”

By: Rajeev Verma

Florence Nightingale

THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION has designated 2020 as the “Year of the Nurse”, marking 200 years since the birth of Florence Nightingale. So if Florence Nightingale would time travel to the present would she be impressed with the innovation and advancement in the Nursing profession? To answer this, it is important to look at what’s […]

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Virtual or Augmented Reality : Which technology should you invest in for your next medical education challenge?

By: Rajeev Verma

Growing number of learners at medical schools and teaching hospitals are training through computer-generated simulations thanks to VR and its cousin, augmented reality (AR). These sophisticated tools allow learners to plunge safely into life-or-death scenarios, peel away layers of human anatomy, walk through a virtual heart, and more. As technologies from the gaming industry improve […]

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Nurse preceptors and their impact on quality nursing care

By: Shoba George

Nurse Preceptor

Are you a practicing clinical nurse or have practiced at some point of time in your career? Then, how about going down memory lane to the initial days at work. Were you nervous, freaking out, made some errors or got reprimanded by your senior? Did you wish the presence of a senior who would guide […]

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Augmented and Virtual Reality in the field of Nursing Education

By: Rajeev Verma

Introduction One of the most exciting developments in virtual reality has been its rapid entry into medical education and healthcare. Researchers, doctors, and nurse educators are discovering innovative ways to leverage immersive technologies and transform both healthcare teaching and practice. Financial as well as regulatory restrictions has burdened the nursing education, as a result of […]

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