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The University of Louisville Uses BlueJeans to Welcome Students into the Operating Room

Generally speaking, operating rooms aren’t the most kid-friendly of places. But 12 times a year, the UofL invites students from schools across America into the surgical theater via live stream video.

By giving young people in grades 7 to 12 an up-close and personal look at healthcare in action, the Pulse of Surgery Program encourages them to consider pursuing careers in science, engineering, medicine, and technology.

While the UofL has offered the program to students in Louisville since 2011, it recently deployed BlueJeans to include students in rural areas and those participating in Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI) programs due to COVID-19. And as Kentucky went into lockdown early this year, the UofL’s healthcare providers also started using BlueJeans to deliver convenient, secure telehealth consultations to patients in need.

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