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HCI meets Nursing Care : The application of Mixed Reality in basic Nursing Care Education

HCI meets Nursing Care : The application of Mixed Reality in basic Nursing Care Education

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DÜRR, Maximilian, Ulrike PFEIL, Harald REITERER, 2018. HCI meets Nursing Care : The application of Mixed Reality in basic Nursing Care Education. 1. Cluster-Konferenz “Zukunft der Pflege - Innovative Technik für die Praxis”. Oldenburg, Jun 4, 2018 - Jun 6, 2018. In: BOLL, Susanne, ed. and others. Zukunft der Pflege : Tagungsband der 1. Clusterkonferenz 2018. Oldenburg:BIS-Verlag der Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, pp. 100-105. ISBN 978-3-8142-2367-4

@inproceedings{Durr2018meets-43030, title={HCI meets Nursing Care : The application of Mixed Reality in basic Nursing Care Education}, url={https://srvg03.offis.uni-oldenburg.de/piz/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/Zukunft-der-Pflege-Tagungsband-der-Clusterkonferenz-2018.pdf}, year={2018}, isbn={978-3-8142-2367-4}, address={Oldenburg}, publisher={BIS-Verlag der Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg}, booktitle={Zukunft der Pflege : Tagungsband der 1. Clusterkonferenz 2018}, pages={100--105}, editor={Boll, Susanne}, author={Dürr, Maximilian and Pfeil, Ulrike and Reiterer, Harald} }

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