With this new app, called the cARdiac ECG, students can now see the heart in 3D, move it around to see how the blood is pumping and where the electrical impulses are firing based on various scenarios from normal, abnormal and catastrophic heart function
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Team members have been accepted to present on the cARdiac ECG app at the ANZAHPE Conference (Adelaide, July) nationally, the International Clinical Skills Conference (Prato, May) and AMEE Conferences (Helsinki, August) during 2017. International healthcare educators from New Zealand, Spain, London, and the USA have also reached out expressing their interest and support for the cARdiac ECG app.
cARdiac ECG in the media
The cARdiac ECG AR app recently featured on ITNews, an important hub for technology enthusiasts to discuss issues that interest them and breakthroughs in technology.
- cARdiac ECG won the Jim and Alison Leslie Award for Outstanding Achievement in Teaching and Learning at the 2016 Deakin Vice-Chancellor's Teaching Awards.
- The app has been named a finalist in the education category of the iTnews Benchmark Awards 2017.
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