“The digitization of medicine: progress but also a screen between caregivers and users”

The digitization of medicine progress but also a screen between

Tribune. Screens came to intervene massively between patients and carers, between doctors, nurses, carers, physiotherapists, stretcher-bearers, dieticians, social workers, health executives and secretaries, between non-medical administrative staff and nursing staff. On the other hand, the time spent with patients is gradually diminishing: less listening, a reduced clinical examination, less attention to their questions and their … Read more

Screen Scotland’s Isabel Davis calls for UK to rejoin Eurimages as Brexit looms

Screen Scotlands Isabel Davis calls for UK to rejoin Eurimages

Isabel Davis, executive director of Screen Scotland, has called for the UK to re-join Eurimages, the Council of Europe’s cultural support fund as the UK prepares to leave the European Union. “Rejoining Eurimages would certainly benefit Scotland,” Davis suggested. “While the UK is enjoying a production boom 95% driven by US finance, those more national … Read more

Ben Affleck landed his first individual Screen Actors Guild Award nomination – are the Oscars next?

Ben Affleck landed his first individual Screen Actors Guild Award

Few actors have done as much to reinvent their acting personas over the last two years as Ben Affleck. After scoring some of the best reviews of his career for 2020’s “The Way Back” – a performance that stayed on the fringe of last year’s awards conversation thanks to his Critics Choice Award nomination in … Read more

Screen Media Bites On ‘Eat Wheaties!’; Gravitas Ventures Turns Onto ‘Bastards’ Road’; Film Independent Directors Close-Up Lineup – Film Briefs

Screen Media Bites On ‘Eat Wheaties Gravitas Ventures Turns Onto

Screen Media has acquired U.S. rights to Eat Wheaties!, Scott Abramovitch’s comedy that stars Tony Hale along with Paul Walter Hauser, Danielle Brooks, Lamorne Morris, Robbie Amell, David Walton, Sarah Burns, Elisha Cuthbert, Sarah Chalke, Sarah Goldberg and Alan Tudyk. It now will hit theaters and on-demand on April 30. The adaptation of Michael Kun’s … Read more

“It’s still nice to see yourself in a better light on the screen”: when video is getting a makeover

Its still nice to see yourself in a better light

Bureau Copenhagen de BoConcept (designer Morten Georgsen). BOCONCEPT A few minutes before a video call, it’s always panic. You have to move the piles of laundry lying around on the sofa in the background, pick up stranded Lego boxes or the baby’s bottle on the living room table, and finally check the view offered by … Read more

Asus unveils the Zenbook 17 Fold, a promising foldable screen PC

Asus unveils the Zenbook 17 Fold a promising foldable screen

The ambition of the Asus Zenbook 17 Fold, unveiled on January 5, is to shake up the design of laptops, whose ergonomics have changed little since the 1990s. To do this, it relies on an OLED screen (organic light-emitting diode, or organic light-emitting diode) of a new kind, flexible and bendable in half, just like … Read more

Now scientists can efficiently screen billions of chemical compounds to find effective new drug therapies

Now scientists can efficiently screen billions of chemical compounds to find effective new drug therapies – NovLink Home Mash D Now scientists can efficiently screen billions of chemical compounds to find effective new drug therapies We would like to say thanks to the writer of this write-up for this outstanding web content Now scientists can … Read more

Queensland Shines in Screen Australia Drama Report 2020-21

Queensland Shines in Screen Australia Drama Report 2020 21

p> 2021 AACTA-winning production All My Friends Are Racist on location in Brisbane’s New Farm Park.Photo courtesy of Maximo Entertainment, Hoodlum Entertainment and Ooombarra Productions. Drama production in Queensland generated a record $553 million in expenditure during 2020-21 amid Australia’s biggest year ever for domestic and foreign screen drama production at $1.9 billion. Just released, … Read more

ZDF Enterprises’ Fred Burcksen – WORLD SCREEN

ZDF Enterprises Fred Burcksen WORLD SCREEN

Once, non-English-language TV series did not break into English-speaking countries. This is no longer the case. For Fred Burcksen, president and CEO of ZDF Enterprises, what matters to worldwide viewers today is the story, not the language in which it is told. The commercial arm of the German public broadcaster offers scripted series for prime-time … Read more

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