The future of training and education
AI relies on human resourcefulness to be effective in healthcare. So, investment in people and processes needs to keep up with investment in the technology itself.
Education and training ensure that healthcare professionals (HCPs) are not simply ‘users’ of this new technology, but gatekeepers, making sense of its findings, translating them into real-world benefits, and even designing the next generation of emerging technology.
“It’s tremendously important that [clinical staff] understand what AI can do and what it can’t. I would recommend that education on how AI can support medical practice should be mandatory for all clinical staff.“ Dr Pepijn van de Ven, University of Limerick
In the Training Room, discover why education for all healthcare stakeholders, from HCPs and public health officials to patients and citizens, is vital in enabling widespread adoption of AI.