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Two of the DFTB team, Ben Lawton and Tessa Davis finally got to meet face-to-face this week at the Caring for Country Kids Conference in Alice Springs.

Tessa gave a presentation about using technology in paediatrics to improve our clinical practice. She shares some observations about the use of technology in the health care system and some top tips on how to make it work for us.  Here is the talk:

About the authors

  • Ben Lawton is a paediatric emergency physician interested in education, retrieval medicine and simulation. Lives in Brisbane where he enjoys falling off his mountain bike and being outsmarted by his pre-teen children. @paedsem | + Ben Lawton | Ben's DFTB posts


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2 thoughts on “Davis: Caring for Country Kids”

  1. Hi DFTB team!

    Fantastic presentation Tessa. I too have a keen interest in the use of technology in our healthcare system. It’s great to see healthcare professionals starting to embrace the technology based resources we have out there at our disposal. I think mobile based technology is going to become a huge part of the day to day care we provide our patients which I think is such a positive. Thanks again DFTB team and Tessa for providing this presentation from the conference. Cheers.



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