WATCH: Marion Woodward Lecture & Afternoon Symposium 2019

18 Nov 2019

The 51st annual Marion Woodward Lecture focuses on direct and indirect implications of technology in health care. This lecture happens at a time of celebrating the past, taking place during the 2019 Centenary year for the School of Nursing, while also looking toward the future years to come. The Marion Woodward Lecture engages in important discourse on approaching and preparing for a digital future of artificial intelligence, automation and robotics in the nursing practice. The Afternoon Symposium also features latest in discussions of technology-supported and patient-centred care from a diverse panel of speakers. Both events present valuable perspectives on the inevitable impact that digital innovations will have on the nursing profession.

The Best Way to Predict the Future is to Co-Create It: Nursing in the Not Too Distant Future

Keynote speaker:
Dr. Richard Booth

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Marion Woodward Lecture 2019

The Future Is Now: A Digital Sampler for Patient-Centred Care
Afternoon Symposium with Panelists
Richard Booth, Margot Wilson, Jasjit Gill, Chantelle Recsky, Miriam Stewart, Bernie Garrett

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Afternoon Symposium 2019