Healthcare in a rapidly changing world: Are soft skills and humanism the answer?

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From bio-printing to deep learning and telehealth, healthcare is evolving and changing at an astounding pace. Our rapidly changing health environment challenges how we educate and train future healthcare professionals and the knowledge, skills and attributes they will increasingly need. This presentation will first explore emerging trends and advancements in healthcare through the lens of medical imaging and will then examine the role of soft skills in healthcare education.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 27 Apr 2020
EventSTEM 2020 on Demand - Online, Australia
Duration: 27 Apr 202027 Apr 2020


ConferenceSTEM 2020 on Demand
Abbreviated titleStrategies for a Rapidly Changing World
OtherSTEM 2020 On Demand: Strategies for a Rapidly Changing World, is an innovative online and on demand event demonstrating the power of technology during these challenging times. It is an initiative of the NSW Department of Education through its Learning and Teaching Directorate.

Developed as a result of the cancellation of the original live event, STEM 2020 On Demand brings together some of Australia’s and the world’s experts on creativity, innovation and STEM. The online and on demand event is made up of a series of outstanding keynote addresses and online workshops that can be viewed at any time over a period of at least one month. You will also be able to connect with like minded colleagues through a range of digital media including the Whova App and through social media channels, in order to continue the professional dialogue.
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  • STEM 2020 on Demand

    Eleanor Stuart (Invited speaker), Andrew Hagan (Invited speaker), Scott Sleap (Organiser), Tim Kitchen (Invited speaker), Peter Thew (Invited speaker), Sir Ken Robinson (Keynote speaker), Nigel Urwin (Participant), Lisa Harvey-Smith (Keynote speaker), Kerry Mann (Invited speaker), Jordan Nguyen (Keynote speaker), Johnathan Hewis (Invited speaker), Felicity Furey (Keynote speaker), Alan Finkel (Keynote speaker), Jenine Beekhuyzen (Keynote speaker), Karl Kruszelnicki (Keynote speaker), Suzy Urbaniak (Keynote speaker) & Adam Spencer (Keynote speaker)

    27 Apr 202027 May 2020

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