Last week, Barco and Nipro Medical Europe won the Industry Partnership award at the 8th annual LTEN Excellence Award in San Antonio, Texas, as providers of top-quality remote and hybrid training in the life sciences sector.
The Life Sciences Trainers & Educators Network Excellence Awards celebrate excellence in life sciences learning and leadership. They recognize trainers, leaders, teams and training partners that have demonstrated the highest degrees of creativity, innovation and collaboration in life sciences education.
Furthermore, they highlight the vital role that training teams and partners play in helping organizations deliver transformative and ground-breaking healthcare solutions to patients.
Barco, via the weConnect virtual and hybrid classroom solution, and Nipro were recognized for a fruitful partnership that enables successful virtual and learning and interactivity for medical training.
Simone Hammer, Head of Marketing for weConnect, states: ´We are delighted so see this partnership that has made healthcare training more accessible and that will result in positive patient outcomes and improved quality of life for people worldwide recognized today. It strengthens our belief that high-quality healthcare can be instilled successfully also remotely or in a hybrid mode, with the right tools. ´
Nipro is a leading global healthcare company serving the medical device, pharmaceutical, and pharma packaging industries and is committed to positive patient outcomes and improved quality of life. To highlight this commitment, Nipro built the Institute of Medical Practice (iMEP) in Belgium.
To expand its reach globally, the Institute was looking for real-life remote learning technology designed by and for trainers that would have the required impact in healthcare, where precision and accuracy are lifesaving – enter Barco weConnect.
The partnership began in 2020 with the installation of a 46-seat weConnect virtual classroom.
Barco weConnect is a purpose-built solution that enables virtual and hybrid training experiences. Instructors have everyone in the first row and can integrate additional equipment (Go-Pro cameras, microscopes, etc.) for the crystal-clear views mandatory in the healthcare and life sciences fields.
Trainees get an in-depth, visually-accurate experience thanks to multiple content streams and high levels of interaction in the form of polls, quizzes, online and in-class whiteboards and enhanced breakout rooms.
This rewarding partnership has resulted in 185 virtual sessions, 1,500 nurses and doctors trained from more than 50 countries and more than 4 languages.