Dr Larry Marshall talks about amazing solutions from science, one of these being “a facial recognition technology that identifies when non-verbal patients are in pain. It’s called ePat, and it accelerated so fast, it’s already delivered product to market and exited on the ASX.”
Hazel Hawke’s incredible legacy
Her daughter Sue Pieters Hawke joins Channel 7 live at the desk to reflect on her mum’s incredible life. Sue emphasises the unrecognised pain in patients with Dementia and her admiration for the technology behind the PainChek™ app. Sue demonstrates how it works and it’s foreseeable breakthrough contribution.
Watch the complete broadcast on Channel 7