There are many challenges and difficulties associated with nursing school. One of the most annoying things I remember about my nursing education was the 100 pounds of books. I had to lug that enormous piles of non-fiction back and forth to class, clinicals, my car, my home, and anywhere else I might need to have access to them. It was a literal pain in the neck. I saw nursing students get so creative when it came to carrying their books. I saw them using rolling carts, rolling luggage, and one girl even used a Radio Flyer wagon!
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Get away from the paper-based checklists and using text books that were obsolete at time of print. Skyscape's Skills Hub platform allows you to spend more time teaching and impacting outcomes by:
SkillsHub Platform is already packed with features and we have planned enhancements that will allow students to upload videos for peer review and for faculty grading and much more…
Since our inception, we have been an ever evolving company, constantly pushing at the forefront of mobile medical technology. Soon after the initial pilot to test the usability for physicians who are invariably away from their "desk", it was clear that our product is very valuable for the physicians at the point-of-care. Soon after our launch we recognized the potential of the product in situations that take our users to remote and hostile locations. In the past, we have chronicled the instances where physicians and other medical professionals have appreciated the Skyscape technology at unexpected locations and unusual situations.
The use of handheld technology has proven time and again to be crucial to healthcare over the past two decades. In many developing countries this is no exception. When a hand held device can have books, notes, and even communication tools (link to other professionals) it is an essential part of planning for the future of any healthcare system.
We launched the Constellation project at Boston's flagship hospitals - Brigham & Women's Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital. The exercise was the first structured effort of its kind in the medical setting.