Realistic simulation environment will prepare healthcare professionals perfectly
The pandemic has disrupted traditional ways of delivering healthcare, but it has also accelerated the digitalisation of healthcare. Many of us have seen first-hand that some healthcare can be delivered remotely.
Remote communication via videoconferencing effectively helps in assisted first aid, online consultations or science and research collaboration. Organizational and crisis communication, basic patient examination, home treatment and student education can also be handled remotely. Digitalization in healthcare brings new opportunities to gain experience in realistic working environments in hospitals or during interventions. Thanks to simulation workplaces, students, doctors and paramedics can better prepare for real-life situations.