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Virtual Reality: A New Wave for Simulation-Based Education

Woman in scrubs using VR headset

Whether in the classroom or the clinical setting, opportunities for learners to practice skills freely and in a safe environment are limited.  However, replicating real-world clinical scenarios is crucial in preparing students for practice and reinforcing knowledge and skills for clinicians.  This recreation of specific clinical situations is often referred to as ‘simulation-based education’, and […]

Leveraging Virtual Reality to Improve Maternal Care

Virtual maternity patient reclined in hospital bed

Preparing for the arrival of a new baby is often a time filled with joy,  love, and anticipation as soon-to-be parents get ready both physically and mentally for a new chapter of life.  While pregnancy should be a time devoted solely to the excitement of bringing in new life, it sadly continues to be a […]

Using Your Voice: Communicating with Virtual Patients

Talking with a patient is one of the best ways for healthcare professionals to hone their communication skills – gathering history, explaining rationale, building rapport, or even having difficult conversations.

OMS for Interprofessional Team Building

Building a safe space for a working environment is imperative to interdisciplinary team success in healthcare settings. VR can be used as a way to connect the interprofessional team from any space, providing similar benefits to that of in-person team building simulations.

The Importance of Simulation

This week is Healthcare Simulation week and as part of the celebrations we take a look at five reasons to salute the wonderful practice of simulation…

Is Embracing Human Error the Future of Healthcare?

Humans make mistakes. Outside hospital we admit these mistakes, own up to them with people we trust and try not to repeat them again. Yet what is taken as normal in everyday life doesn’t work in healthcare.