Nurse Educators Play Vital Roles in Health Care

 The heroic efforts of frontline health care workers throughout the COVID-19 pandemic merit ongoing recognition and gratitude. Nurse educators also continue to play a key role by supporting and promoting the work of nurses, who deliver everything from lifesaving emergency services to end-of-life care.To recognize and celebrate the essential role of nursing education during the pandemic and beyond, the National League for Nursing has declared 2022 as the Year of the Nurse Educator.Throughout the year, the League will spotlight nurse educators teaching in academic and clinical settings and showcase their contributions to innovative primary and preventive care models in underserved communities.For example, the #BeyondANurseEducator social media campaign promotes the vital role of nursing education in advancing the nursing profession and patient care. This campaign runs through September and will include monthly recognition of nurse educators based on nominations from students and academic

AI Comes Home With Smarter Robots

Technology AI Comes Home With Smarter Robots (TVA) – If your mental image of a robot in the home is limited to Rosie from the Jetsons, it’s time to change your perspective. Small, efficient robots from the innovative home robot company Trifo offer a new take on home help, with an artificial intelligence twist. “Our vision is to create a family of home robots that takes care of the home so people can live better and focus on what’s important,” according to the company. The Trifo robots are designed to focus on the indoor home environment. Each is equipped with an artificial intelligence system that has sensing, perception and decision-making capabilities. Trifo robots are able to continuously adapt to their environments using advanced AI technology. Lucy Ultra Edition, the flagship product of the Trifo line, is a compact, round robot that comes packed with features to make your life easier. Some of Lucy’s standout features include: – Dual vision. Not quite x-ray vision, but Lucy’s 1080P