How to use AI with empathy in nursing? (with Bonnie Clipper, Wambi)
April 30, 2020
In this episode, we connect the dots with AI & empathy.
Similar to the education field, nursing is at the forefront of the interdisciplinary technology shift.
From virtual reality for nursing education to assistive robotics, facial recognition and AI, we see a growing demand for new skills and abilities. But how to balance automated processes and human care? How to democratize technology to organically implement it in nurses’ practice? And more importantly, how to teach and prepare a new breed of medical professionals?
Today’s conversation with Dr. Bonnie Clipper – a veteran of nursing innovation, former vice president of innovation at the American Nurses Association, Adjunct faculty of John Hopkins school of nursing, a chief clinical officer at Wambi. She spent several decades on the intersection of medicine, technology, artificial intelligence and advocacy. She says that nurses are natural innovators.
We talk about nursing under pandemic, immediate innovation, technology and empathy, and how to democratize innovation in medicine.
Topics & timeline
Nursing under pandemic
“Immediate” innovation at hospitals
How technology meets empathy in nursing
How to teach nurses (as engineers)
Technology adoption challenges
Rehabilitation robots and assistance
This episode is related to collaborative action, AI and technology.