Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities (NORCS) and next-gen tech
Contrary to popular belief, seniors are increasingly comfortable using technology and expect to engage with it to access care. See the three areas where technology is critical to progress in this field, and consider how we’ll get there.Read More
AI and the future of caring
AI can be a force for good, but its use raises ethical questions about the impact of AI-enabled healthcare and technology on patient-provider relationships and public trust.
Through our partnership with the Join Centre for Bioethics at the University of Toronto, this project focuses on ensuring that ethics and social innovation keep pace with the spread of AI technologies in health.
Historical inquiry as a tool for critical thinking in nursing education
Alessandra used AMS funding to develop a series of web-based modules or lessons to use in classrooms (historical or otherwise). These lessons are important because they are designed to cultivate critical thinking skills. They can also help foster knowledge and confidence in clinical, policy, and institutional domains. The ultimate goal is that this work will…Read More