A suite of applications were developed at UNSW in exercise physiology that simulate real life medical procedures and tests including the taking of blood pressure and the monitoring of a patient’s heart rate. These applications have received wide support by teachers of medicine, nursing and health sciences across Australia for their interactive and engaging graphics as well as adaptive feedback.
Dr. Benjamin Barry
In this course
This is possibly the best work presently being done at UNSW on technology enabled learning and teaching, in terms of novelty and capacity to improving student learning and concurrently achieving teaching efficiencies.
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