TAaCT: Technology, Affect and Clinical Training
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TAaCT is a project that examines contemporary medical training by attending to the long history of devices that have been used to train medical practitioners, which include texts, atlases, models and a range of audio-visual apparatus. The object of TAaCT is to include reflective thinking about how technologies of representation are used to engage directly with human feeling, but which a prevailing focus on technological progress toward realistic simulation has tended to marginalise.
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