Shin Kong WHS Memorial Hospital, Taiwan
AVerVision 300p helps dentists at medical conferences and in the lecture hall
Shin Kong WHS Memorial Hospital was
founded in 1992 and has offered clinical service every day with 30 medical sections
since then as a way to better facilitate the medical treatment of patients.
The hospital does not only provide the best medical care and service but also puts
forth great effort toward medical education. Since its founding, the dentistry department
of Shin Kong Hospital has been devoted to the constant improvement of its particular specialties
and providing patients with the best service. The hospital has passed the appraisal
of six specialty societies and has become well-known for specialized medical
treatment and clinical education.
cameras) have drawn great attention for their applications in the education
and business sectors. However, their functions and characteristics are not
only helpful for educational and corporate operations, but also help to improve
the professional training of dentists. We learned about the usage of
cameras) in the medical field by joining on-the-spot dentistry
Saves time & improves education quality
help and benefit dentistry education a lot by not only saving preparation time
and money spent on materials, but also promoting lively communication. Generally
speaking, in the past, a lot of time was spent on the collection of materials before
dentistry conferences: shooting individual cases of x-ray films with a camera and
storing them in a computer for discussion. Poor image clarity plus filing, shooting,
storing & acquiring an image without the ability to reshoot it were all
Dentists at Shin Kong Hospital said, “Now, we can use
cameras) to assist lecturers during teaching conferences."
Through utilizing the
camera) appropriately, all the physicians could illustrate and compare
the x-ray films at any time. And, attendees and instructing physicians could raise
questions, voice opinions and make proposals about the problems found. The
dentists feel that teaching in this way greatly promotes comprehension, and that
has many other applications that would be helpful for medical education,
benefitting both teachers and students.