1. Health care advancements and discoveries are ongoing. Share an innovation, technology, or device NEW WITHIN THREE YEARS or still in development aimed to improve practice and well-being (acute/subacute or community/population). What is it? Who is making /sponsoring it? How is it different from what is currently available (what benefits)?
Here are some sources to consider: Universities, Schools of Medicine, and Institutes of Science, NASA, National Academies of Science and Engineering in Medicine, Professional Organizations for Biomedical Engineering –
2) Best practice is supported by evidence (research). With discoveries so new, research may be limited. Search the literature – What evidence (RESEARCH) would best support implementing your discovered innovation/technology/device? (Hint: You may or may not find the specific innovation however; you may find the problem (research findings) that led to it’s development.)