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Collaboration and teamwork among health professionals are important aspects to the delivery of high-quality patient care. A landmark report by the Institute of Medicine suggests health care workforce preparation should include interprofessional education (IPE)
Three-dimensional data, manipulation, modeling and printing are becoming the standard in medical education, according to a Stanford University digital learning pioneer, and today’s health sciences students must be comfortable with 3-D technology if they expect to be of highest service to their patients and professions.
W. Paul Brown, DDS, FICD, FACD, a consulting associate professor in the Division of Clinical Anatomy at Stanford University Medical School, was the keynote speaker for the seventh annual Dr. Philip Pumerantz Distinguished Lectureship on Tuesday, October 27, 2015 at Western University of Health Sciences. Brown, a dentist by training and a digital imaging researcher by choice, developed systems that led to the creation of the Anatomage Virtual Dissection Table. The table is the centerpiece technological tool at WesternU’s J and K Virtual Reality Learning Center, which opened in August.
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