Is It More Important Than Knowledge? Essay

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As we begin to investigate how life around us has improved, we realize that Albert Einstein stated, "Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution."
In today’s society, almost everyone owns some kind of an electronic device. It is what we depend on to communicate with each other. With the evolution of technology, we have seen drastic improvements, from the invention of the telegraph to live video conferencing devices. The way we have interacted throughout the ages has changed significantly- A new mother can use a baby monitor to watch her infant sleep while she is in another room or a husband stationed in a different country can watch his wife give birth to his child as if he was in the room with her. So many electronic inventions have helped society move forward and help with patient care. We realize as our future evolves so does medical advances, we are now able to communicate with patients via live video conferencing called telecommunication. Many new cell phones also incorporate the same idea called facetiming-allowing people to communicate face to face in real time. In the healthcare field, this is called telenursing; it is the incorporation of health care and distance care. While telenursing can offer many advantages, a career in this field allows the nurse to become autonomous. However, telenursing also can have many disadvantages.
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