Medical professionals are discovering multiple uses for virtual reality training, and the benefits will impact medical practices.
Continuing education represents a major challenge that needs to be addressed. Recent advances in educational technology offer an increasing number of innovative learning tools. Among them, Virtual Reality represents a promising area with high potential for improving the training of health professionals.
Virtual reality in classroom means living experiences instead of studying with books. When the right paths are found to facilitate the arrival of virtual reality in classrooms on a massive scale, there is no doubt that it will be a success, as well as a revolution in education. For the time being, programs and tools […]
Advancements in medical devices and surgical techniques hold promise for saving and improving lives. But our current system of training and assessing surgeons has lagged behind the pace of innovation
The new “realities” like VR and AR can create unique experiences that expand learning opportunities and engagement for end users.
The incorporation of the latest technology into medicine is changing the concept of patient care at all levels. Comfort, security and trust. These are concepts inherent in the ideal of medical care. However, although these characteristics form the basis of the relationship between doctor and patient in its most classic meaning, they are gaining renewed […]
VR industry has been able to find more applications and diversify its services towards other sectors such as medicine and training, which gives it enormous potential for the future.
In spite of clear progress and advanced techniques, virtual reality technology is still in its infancy. For this reason, many people and even experts find it hard to think about this technology as anything more than a fad, trend or the latest buzzword.
Technological development and progress in the field of science facilitate a new model of interactive training: Clinical Simulation, the teaching of the most present future. Contractions are becoming more and more frequent and dilatation is the optimum way to take patient X to the operating theatre and thus prepare for the birth of the baby. […]
Uses and applications of Virtual Reality in the field of medical training less known, highlighted or striking, but equally important and decisive in the advancement of science itself.