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Using electronic voting systems in wound care conferences

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Using electronic voting systems in wound care conferences

Dominic Upton, Kazia Solowiej
1 March 2011

There is evidence to suggest that electronic voting systems (EVS) have been successful in facilitating student learning. However, studies that investigate the application of EVS technology in other areas, for example professional conference settings, are limited. Furthermore, little if any research exists that examines the usefulness of EVS in wound care. This article reviews the literature on the use of EVS technology and considers the strengths and weaknesses of implementing EVS in professional wound care conference settings. Recommendations for future use and tips for presentation are also provided.

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