Manchester Student Nurses Receive World First in Care-critical Frontline Digital Skills


Student nurses in Manchester have become the first anywhere in the world to be trained in how to use a vital signs observations technology called Patientrack, before they set foot onto the ward.

The pioneering move at The University of Manchester, signals the start of a changing educational focus to equip the UK's first generation of 'paperless' nurses with real skills needed to help save more lives on the modern wards of NHS hospitals, from the earliest stages of their training.

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