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Solving Mixed Sex Accommodation Breaches - One Screen at a Time

Solving Mixed Sex Accommodation Breaches - One Screen at a Time

The pressures placed on modern day hospitals, particularly on the NHS, are mounting every year. Growing populations means growing demands on healthcare, with demand outstripping supply in many hospitals globally. The number of patients having to endure mixed sex accommodation has trebled in the last two years new reports show.

Creating Realistic Ambulance Simulation for Tulane’s Future Healthcare Professionals

Tulane Medical School is built on a rich history. Many important advances in medicine over the last century were born in Tulane, thanks to distinguished alumni and faculty members like Dr. Michael E. DeBakey, Dr. George E. Burch, Dr. Louis J. Ignarro, and more.

In Healthcare, Your Biggest Asset is also Your Biggest Liability: Your Environment

People do not go to a hospital because they want to—they go because they are referred for treatment. Many of them are afraid, unsure of what to expect, feel out of their comfort zone—experiencing a lack of control, and could be incredibly uncomfortable as a result of their condition. So it is vital to do whatever you can as a healthcare professional to help make their environment and the overall care package as safe, supportive, clear, and inviting as possible.

Preparing the Next Generation of Medical Professionals with KwickScreen

We aim to simulate real-life clinical situations that facilitate learning opportunities within a safe environment allowing for mistakes to be made, reflected upon and the knowledge gained to be applied to their work with real patients. Creating believable simulations is critical to the future success of these students and soon-to-be Healthcare professionals.

Creating Unforgettable Experiences at Boston Children's Hospital for Those Who Need it Most

As an eternal optimist, I always like to say that if your child is at Boston Children's Hospital, it's definitely not a good thing—but it's also the best thing, given the circumstances. You're unlikely to find the same level of care, commitment, and quality anywhere else in the country.

Removing Limitations, Not Moving Patients. Founder Michael Korn on the Birth of KwickScreen

I didn’t plan to be an entrepreneur. I started off as an engineer studying at Cambridge where I assumed I would graduate and work for someone else. But at some point, I realised that life wasn't for me. I wanted to do something more significant, something of my own. I was looking for the freedom to explore what I could do. I was better as a disruptor than I was at following someone else's lead.