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Can digital technology help manage acute psychiatric crises?

Use of technology for crisis management in acute psychiatric care – fewer coercive measures and faster recovery. What sounds theoretically tempting and promising is not unproblematic in the context of the psychiatric setting and is associated with different and new requirements. Innovative technologies are finding their way in the Psychiatry. They have potentialbut are also […]


Study anatomy with virtual reality

The Bern Education Centre for Nursing has been conducting interprofessional learning events for some time. An existing offer provides medical students of the University of Bern and nursing students of the Berner Bildungszentrum Pflege with special knowledge of anatomy. This has now been supplemented with virtual reality The use of virtual reality glasses is not […]


PARO – a robot for emotional moments

The PARO robot was originally designed for the geriatric setting. Increasingly, PARO is also being used in child and adolescent psychiatry. However, the effect of the robotised baby seal in psychiatry is still unclear. In order to learn more about this, researchers at BFH Health conducted an exploratory study with young patients. The topic of […]


Sustainable digitalisation – new roles for health professionals

Digitalisation in the health sector is advancing. The early involvement and sustainable support of healthcare professionals are fundamental in this process. New fields of action and patient needs require new roles, be it technical support in the team or smart advice at the bedside. Healthcare Information Technology (HIT) is increasingly being promoted as a solution […]


Simulation-based strategy development to relieve the burden on Swiss emergency services

Swiss emergency care has been in the spotlight not only since the outbreak of the Corona pandemic. Emergency departments throughout the country are coming under increasing pressure due to continuously rising patient numbers – this is also referred to as the emergency department crowding effect. It therefore seems inevitable to adapt the structure of emergency […]