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Is Stem Cell Therapy the Future of Orthopedics?

Is Stem Cell Therapy the Future of Orthopedics?

A significant increase in number of articles on the treatment effect of stem cell therapy have been published in recent years. While the techniques...

Stem cells will ‘change medicine forever’, says UB surgeon-turned-stem cell engineer

Natesh Parashurama, MD, Ph.D., assistant professor of chemical and biological engineering at the University at Buffalo is determined to place his emphasis on the...
QS WOWNEWS: The Recap of Top 10 most read articles in 2018

QS WOWNEWS: The Recap of Top 10 most read articles in 2018

As we bid farewell to 2018 and kickstart 2019, QS WOWNEWS shares the 10 most-read articles over the past year across the world. To...

Machine learning and medical education

Artificial intelligence (AI) is designed to offer distinct medicine and health. The clinical and biomedical research communities are continuously tapping on this technology to...
Educating the next generation of medical professionals with machine learning is essential

Educating the next generation of medical professionals with machine learning is essential

Artificial intelligence (AI) driven by machine learning (ML) algorithms is a part of the computer science sector that is increasing well-received within the healthcare...
How to engage stakeholders in research: design principles to support improvement

How to engage stakeholders in research: design principles to support improvement

This paper presents a brief framework of stakeholder engagement, followed by ‘design principles’ that are suggested based on an integration of current literature and...

New training programme to improve oral health in the sick and elderly

The effect of oral health on an individual’s overall health and well-being is particularly apparent. Therefore, the National Dental Centre Singapore (NDCS) is placing...

Influence of oral health literacy on the oral health status of school teachers in...

Low health literacy is being characterised as “the silent health epidemic” where there is restricted capacity to moderate multiplex healthcare systems and understand health...

Designing medical education spaces for interprofessional learning

Some conventional medicine and health sciences teaching facilities are left behind as a result of the repositioning towards a collaborative, interprofessional approach to healthcare...
Designing medical education spaces for interprofessional learning

Designing medical education spaces for interprofessional learning

Some conventional medicine and health sciences teaching facilities are left behind as a result of the repositioning towards a collaborative, interprofessional approach to healthcare...
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