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New Zealand's first Women in Health IT Conference for all professionals in the industry, withregardless of the genders. This conference is committed to advancing the careers of high-performing professionals. Join us in addressing the gender gap in health information and tech...
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New technology from Japan is promising to help fathers take an active part in the breastfeeding process.Well, sort of.The Father's Nursing Assistant, developed by Japanese company Dentsu, is a wearable device in the shape of a woman's breasts to be worn by men and mimic the ...
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A West Auckland woman's battle with cancer inspired her partner to create 3D printed breasts for women who have undergone mastectomies. Fay Cobbett, from Huapai, had the operation after a breast cancer diagnosis in 2015, but after deciding not to have&nbs...
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Stephen Reid and Bevan Adin join board of Kiwi environmental monitoring tech start-up TetherFast growing Kiwi tech start-up Tether – which designs and manufacturers monitoring systems that enable safe, healthy and comfortable living, learning and work environments – has ...
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AI and AR/VR for Healthcare Hear from industry leaders in the fields of artificial intelligence (AI) and augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) and gain insight to how these technologies are transforming the healthcare as we know it. Find out more and register ...
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Researchers at the University of Waikato believe they have created an app that can make a real difference for pregnant women, their partners and families. Dr Carrie Barber and her team have developed Positively Pregnant. It is a first for New Zealand and brings together usef...
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The popularity of telehealth technology is revolutionizing the way Waikato District Health Board Speech Language Therapists deliver care to rural patients in need of vital treatment to help them communicate and lead more positive lives.The Waikato DHB has ten Speech Language...
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Telepresence robot technology means doctors can virtually meet with patients in other locations for face-to-face consultations, improving the care experience for the consumer. Waikato District Health Board is trialling the use of clinical robots within its hospitals. Robots ...
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