Future of Technology and Medicine is Interlinked Psychiatry will be a major Beneficiary







Artificial intelligence, Electronic health record, Telepsychiatry

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  • Adarsh Tripathi Department of Psychiatry, King George’s Medical University, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India


The world is in the midst of large technological expansion and innovation. Technological growth is exponential and rapid in the last few decades. It has consistently increased in reach as well as capabilities. The exponential growth in various technologies that can be useful in practice and teaching/training medical students like wearable devices, e-learning, simulated patients, virtual learning, and interaction, is immense.

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Tripathi, A. (2023). Future of Technology and Medicine is Interlinked Psychiatry will be a major Beneficiary. Indian Journal of Behavioural Sciences, 26(01), 1–3. https://doi.org/10.55229/ijbs.v26i1.01


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