HUM 410 Module 1: Weekly Study Schedule

Technology in Nursing

Part I

Successful students always have a game plan.  While some may go with the flow more than others, generally speaking, they typically have some kind of schedule to help them stay organized and on top of things.  This could be as simple as setting aside certain hours each day for priority subjects, or blocking out time for specific tasks each week. Regardless of how granular or simple it is, having some kind of system is essential in the successful study process. To ensure successful study process, it is essential for learners to develop study calendar that will ensure all areas are covered, and that all the activities are done and delivered on time. A study calendar is an essential tool for any student. It can help you keep track of what you need to do to prepare for exams, as well as when and where your exams will be held. The best way to create a study calendar is to start by listing all your exams and then creating a schedule of when you will need to studying for each exam (Andreassen et al. 2020). Be sure to include plenty of time for review, and don’t forget to schedule in time for breaks! A good study calendar should be tailored to your individual needs, so feel free to adjust it as needed. And be sure to cross of each task as you complete it!

Other activities

B = Sleep

C = Appointments/Other Obligations

D = Study time

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With the above study planner, all the factors have been put into consideration. With all the activities in place, one can still get their work done even if their schedule has been thrown off a bit. The key is this planner is that work has been broken down into manageable pieces and to pace that do not get the student overwhelmed. While developing the planner what prioritization was given to the important activities including classwork, study time, and other social activities. The tasks were then broken down into smaller steps that be completed one at a time.

The study calenda will be used to organize for the study processes with consideration given to both the classwork, personal study, and other activities outside learning. I will use the study calendar to plan for the next week’s assignments by allocating the required times for each of the activities to reduce confusion and missing of different activities that is often common with most learners. My ideal times will be in the mornings when I will be doing my personal studies to reflect on the class work done in the previous lessons. However, Monday, late morning/early afternoon may be a good time to review emails that came in over the weekend or catch up on any lesson tasks that were set aside. The evening could be reserved for personal time, such as reading or going for a walk. Tuesday afternoon will be ideal day for meeting with team members or attending networking events. The evening hours might be best saved for relaxing activities or catching up with friends and family. From the calendar, the spaces left will be the times for Aspen courses and weekly assignments.

In conclusion, with this calendar, I will be able to produce higher quality work and be less stressed as I undertake my degree courses. It is essential to have a study calendar if an individual wants to make the most of their time and resources while studying. A study calendar will help in keeping track of what is needed for each day/week and how much time will be allocated for different tasks. There are many benefits of using a study calendar. For starters, it can help stay organized and on track. Without a plan, it is easy to fall behind or get sidetracked from studies.

Part II

Over the past few decades, technology has infiltrated nearly every aspect of our lives, and healthcare is no exception. In fact, technology has become an integral part of healthcare, improving both the quality and accessibility of care (Agbo et al., 2019).

Some examples of how technology is used in healthcare include:

• Telemedicine – using technology to provide remote care

• Electronic health records – storing patient health information electronically

• Medical imaging – using images to diagnose and treat medical conditions

• Robotics – using robotics to assist with surgeries

While writing about healthcare technology, it is essential to determine different perspectives of the topic. There are a number of different perspectives on how technology can be used in healthcare, and below are just a few examples:

From a patient’s perspective, technology can be used to help manage their health by tracking their symptoms, recording medical history, and accessing information about treatments. Technology can also be used to connect patients with doctors and other healthcare professionals.

From a doctor’s perspective, technology can be used to improve communication with patients, make it easier to access patient records, and help with diagnosis and treatment planning. Technology can also be used for research purposes and to train new doctors.

From a hospital’s perspective, technology can be used for things like managing finances, monitoring staff performance, and coordinating patient care.


Andreassen, M., Hemmingsson, H., Boman, I. L., Danielsson, H., & Jaarsma, T. (2020). Feasibility of an intervention for patients with cognitive impairment using an interactive digital calendar with mobile phone reminders (RemindMe) to improve the performance of activities in everyday life. International journal of environmental research and public health17(7), 2222.

Agbo, C. C., Mahmoud, Q. H., & Eklund, J. M. (2019, June). Blockchain technology in healthcare: a systematic review. In Healthcare (Vol. 7, No. 2, p. 56). Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute.