MobiHealth News September 29, 2023
Dr. Abdullah Ghazi

Dr. Abdullah Ghazi relays how simulation learning such as augmented reality and 3D printing prepares future healthcare professionals for real-world scenarios.

The significance of robust education and training is unequivocal in the dynamic realm of healthcare, marked by relentless advances in medical science and a steadfast pivot toward patient-centric care models.

In today’s era of reimagined healthcare possibilities, it becomes imperative for institutions to recognize that the foundation of elevated patient outcomes rests on cultivating a skilled, adaptable and empowered healthcare workforce.

Simulating learning: connecting theoretical concepts with practical application

Amidst this transformative epoch, simulation learning emerges as a beacon of innovation and progress. Some institutions have embraced this paradigm shift, viewing it as a pivotal element in shaping the...

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