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“New South Wales’ Biomedical Education Skills and Training (BEST) network also received funding for a $3 million biomedical education, skills and training project using Smart Sparrow software. The project will provide virtual classrooms and laboratories for medical, nursing and surgery students at university.”

“This network will provide virtual classrooms, simulation and an online sharing platform that supports virtual laboratories, digital pathology and connections to medical specialists, in order to address workforce and indigenous healthcare issues in remote and regional Australia,” said Chris Evans, minister for tertiary education and skills.”

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