Disruptive Medicine to Descriptive Anesthesia

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Sudta Parakkamodom


Since human beings are eligible for retrieving material from big data, they can easily explore to any core of knowledge. This causes massive disruption of life and encourages increased participation in many activities. Education disrupts from pipe to personalized learning pathway. The cycle of Learn, Unlearn and Relearn stresses on outputs or end products other than means. Students can freely get unlimited information before or in between attending the class. Thus a teacher becomes an intensive coaching to encourage and tailor students throughout their needs in the learning courses. The transformation of technology does not only disrupt anesthesia personnel in applying simulation-based learning and innovative equipment for clinically training skill, but also for non-technical ability. They should have capability to establish a good descriptive relationship with patients and relatives, regarding the peri-operative understanding in anesthesia procedure. Consequently, patients will have full confidence in safe services and feeling of great satisfaction.

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