> Link to news item UManresa Friday, May 24, 2019 28 first and third year students and 8 professors of the Degree in Nursing of the Faculty of Health Sciences of the Manresa campus of the UVic-UCC have participated today in a workshop to test Augmented Reality as a learning tool for intramuscular procedures.
ARsim2care in Sant Joan de Déu teaching campus Link to news item Sant Joan de Déu Friday, May 25, 2019 Technological advances have influenced clinical simulation for the formation of “non-technical” skills (decision making, communication, etc.) through “high fidelity simulation”.
Coimbra Higher School includes Augmented Reality in Nursing education Escola Superior de Coimbra inclui a Realidade Aumentada no ensino de Enfermagem > Link Sapo 13 de marzo de 2019 A Escola Superior de Enfermagem de Coimbra (ESEnfC) anunciou que vai utilizar a realidade aumentada, tecnologia que “combina imagens virtuais e imagens do mundo real”, para facilitar a aprendizagem sobre procedimentos clínicos invasivos. > Link Notícias de Coimbra 11 de marzo de 2019 A Escola Superior de Enfermagem de Coimbra (ESEnfC) vai utilizar a realidade aumentada, tecnologia que combina imagens virtuais e imagens do mundo real, para facilitar
UPNA leads a European training project in basic invasive techniques through clinical simulation with Augmented Reality Monday, December 18, 2017 UPNA > Link news link Pamplona Actual This initiative, with the participation of three countries and public funding, will be presented next Wednesday, the 20th, to the Navarra health community… Monday, December 18, 2017 UPNA > Link news link UPNA The Public University of Navarra (UPNA) is leading a European project, together with a company from the Autonomous Community (Industrial Augmented Reality, IAR) and two other university
Augmented Reality for the learning of invasive procedures, a European project led by three UPNA nursing professors Thursday, December 14, 2017 Public University of Navarra > Link news item Nursing Navarra Apply Augmented Reality to clinical simulation to facilitate students learning when performing invasive procedures. To this end, the ARsim2care project was born, an initiative in which three nursing professors from the Public University of Navarra (UPNA) participate and which has obtained € 294,000 funding from the European Union’s Eramus+ program.
The UPNA receives more than 900,000 euros for Erasmus + actions and a Jean Monnet project that will be developed during this academic year Monday, November 13, 2017 UPNA > Link news item UPNA The Vice President for Internationalization is in charge of requesting and managing the budget for these calls. The Public University of Navarra (UPNA), through its Office of the Vice President for Internationalization, has received a total of 904,645 euros from the European Union for the development of actions included in the Erasmus + program (mobility in the field of Higher Education