New research explorations in virtual care

The Ni(c)(k)S CareOnDemand Med-Fidelity Prototype

Exciting news! Ramona, Cheryl, Bill, and I (researchers and innovators from the Johnson Shoyama Grad School of Public Policy, Eden Care Communities, & the Faculty of Engineering) were successful in acquiring funding from SHRF to build on the excellent work by 2019-2020 Software Systems Engineering capstone students Nicolas Achter, Nickolas Schmidt, Nikolas Lendvoy, & Shayan Khan (i.e. The Ni(c)(k)S), exploring how technology can improve virtual home care experiences in Saskatchewan

See: https://www.uregina.ca/external/communications/feature-stories/current/2021/03-15.html

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