Pi Day. March 14 (or 3.14). It’s the annual celebration of all things science, technology, engineering, and math, and all the ways we use STEM.
On this Pi Day, the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing decided to showcase the places where nursing and engineering intersect, and all that our interprofessional relationship can do to improve patient care. Listen as assistant professor Kelly Gleason, PhD, RN, Katie Henry, a computer engineering PhD student in the Whiting School of Engineering, and Jill Slattery, a MSN (Entry Into Nursing) student with a background in business, discuss the topic.
4.53 What exciting engineering concepts (like artificial intelligence or machine learning) already exist today?
9:15 What could we be using as nurses that we are not using, that are being used in other fields? How can we use these in nursing?
This is the first in a two-part discussion of the interprofessional nursing and engineering relationship at Johns Hopkins.
- Diverse Perspectives, Innovative Solutions
- What Nurses Need to Know: Diagnostic Error
- Patient-Provider Teamwork Makes a Difference in Diagnostic Research
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