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QNPICU webinar - Digital inclusion – how technology can change services


How technology can change services - learnings from Coventry & Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust

Dr Faith Ndebele will share first-hand experience and preliminary data in how digital technology can change practice on the PICU. This webinar will highlight how technology can enhance patient safety, including real-world examples, and consider the relationship between clinicians, patients and novel technology.

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