The First Medical Paper About Google Glass
Christian Assad-Kottner and his colleagues published the first paper focusing on the medical use of Google Glass: Wearable technology to improve education and patient outcomes in a cardiology fellowship program – a feasibility study.
Graduate medical education (GME) is a balance between providing optimal patient care while ensuring that trainees (residents and fellows) develop independent medical decision making skills as well as the ability to manage serious medical conditions. We used one form of wearable technology (“Google Glass”) to explore different scenarios in cardiovascular practice where fellows can better their education.
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