Enabling Effective Learning Environments - NENC

Student live stream placement experience - Orthopaedic surgery

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This casestudy explains how live stream technology was used to support multi-professional student education.

The Placement, Expansion, Technology, augmented, Reality (PETaR) project has participation from four trusts across the North East.

The objectives are to use Augmented/assisted Reality (AR/aR) headsets in a variety of placement settings across medical, surgical and community settings, supporting key aspects such as:

•Student placements, particularly the recovery of students affected by COVID

•Encouraging interprofessional working

•Enhancing aspects of care

•Following patient’s journeys

•Minimising exposure to nosocomial infection and optimising the use of PPE

This case study demonstrates how anOrthopaedicprocedure was live streamed and embedded into a multi-professional student learning environment.

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Enabling Effective  Learning Environments - NENC
Contributed by: Enabling Effective Learning Environments - NENC
Authored by: Paul Willard, Gateshead Health NHS Foundation Trust, Project Manager
Emma Clayton, Gateshead Health NHS Foundation Trust, Clinical Lead
Licence: © All rights reserved More information on licences
First contributed: 27 June 2023
Audience access level: Full user


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