In times of social distancing, the digital radio offers nurses a new education and knowledge sharing tool that will be enriched with multichannel initiatives.
AIM Education, a company specializing in education projects, CME accreditation and training events for healthcare professionals, part of AIM Group International, has launched myRadio Nurse, a digital radio channel entirely dedicated to Diabetes Specialist Nurses (DSNs).
The goal of the project is to connect nurses in a simple and direct way, promoting the exchange of information and encouraging the sharing of experiences despite the limitations dictated by the pandemic. Furthermore, it constitutes the first step in a multi-channel project which will be enriched with additional tools and initiatives in the future.
The digital radio also intends to give a voice to DSNs, allowing them to value their competences and experiences and providing useful opportunities for updating and disseminating their skills.
“At a time of great commitment and stress for nurses, whose role was further appreciated during the pandemic, we noticed their need for constant discussion, beyond official training days. With support from Sanofi, we decided to create a ‘virtual space’ dedicated to diabetes specialist nurses who have complex and important tasks, relating to patients and the healthcare system” explains Alessandro Scattolin, Managing Director of AIM Education.
The website www.myradionurse.it broadcasts dedicated content (in Italian) including news, insights and interviews with relevant healthcare professionals and nurses. The first cycle of broadcasts will be divided into 25 weekly episodes, broadcast live every Thursday at 6 p.m.
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