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Seeking Delphi episode #36: The Future of Nursing and Caregiving, Part One

“Constant attention by a good nurse may be just as important as a major operation by a surgeon.”
– Dag Hammarskjold 

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While many futures are generalists, there is a need for foresight professionals centered on specific fields, as well.  Perhaps no area is more in need of innovative outlooks for the future than healthcare. With rising costs, aging populations and personnel shortages, the challenges are many. But so are the opportunities to employ emerging technologies. In the first part of a two part series, host Mark Sackler discusses these challenge with two nursing Ph.D.’s, Oriana Beaudet and Dan Pesut.  Part One addresses the need for foresight both in nursing specifically and healthcare in general, as well as the global challenges of an aging population.  Part two will drill down to individual ssues, including automation, robotics and artificial intelligence as caregiving tools for the future.

 

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Oriana Beaudet, DNP–click image for bio

Dan Pesut, Ph.D.–click image for bio

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Episode #36, The Future of Nursing and Caregiving, Part 1

 

Episode #36 YouTube slide show

Links:

University of Minnesota School of Nursing

University of Minnesota Health Innovation and Leadership

 

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