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Virtual Reality Check
Immersive learning is an innovative way to improve the technical skills and clinical acumen of surgical professionals.
Jared Bilski | Managing Editor
Publish Date: April 14, 2022   |  Tags:   Healthcare IT Staff Training and Education
PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT Surgeons and staff can use virtual reality platforms to run through procedures or emergency response scenarios.
There will never be a substitute for the real surgical experience, but the latest virtual reality (VR) modules come close to simulating the sights, sounds and feels of an actual operating room. That’s why facility leaders are turning to VR as a training tool for providers at all phases of the perioperative spectrum. Let’s look at how the platforms can be used to improve clinicians’ skills and preparations for surgery.
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