Better Ways of Learning in Medical Training and Simulation

In the last decade, research into ways of learning and cognition has dramatically expanded our understanding of effective pedagogical methods. In the sphere of medical training and simulation, doctors and researchers...
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A Progression of Digital Accessibility Regulations

The world of digital accessibility is a confusing one. The Americans With Disabilities Act. Section 508 Compliance. WCAG guidelines. With an increase of legal action being taken against inaccessible content creation,...
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Some Myths and Misconceptions of Digital Accessibility

I'm blind, so I get a lot of questions about my day-to-day usage of assistive technology. Over the years I've learned that there are a lot of misconceptions about people with disabilities and our use of technology. Many...
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Improving Patient Outcomes through Video

For the health care professional, patient outcomes are one of the most important measures of success. High quality clinical skills training is a key component for assuring that residents and fellows are comprehensively...
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Could your face be a window to your health? U of T startup gathers vital signs from video

Kang Lee has invented an astonishing new technology. By analyzing video of a person’s face, his artificial intelligence-based system detects blood flow in facial tissue and uses it to measure vital signs and emotions....
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