Ryan Shaw, associate professor; and Nathan Hatch, ABSN '15; recently published an article entitled "3D Printing: The Future of Nursing and Clinical Education" in MedTech Boston.
The use of 3D printing could create cost-effective, quickly constructed and rapidly innovative products. But how this technology will disrupt and transform the fields that it touches remains unclear. Healthcare and education are hold some of the greatest potential for 3D printing. But what are the practical advantages and foreseeable weaknesses of this amazing technology, specifically around nursing and education?
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