RESEARCH FROM THE VIRTUAL REALITY TRAINING FRONTIER
Teaching Airway Insertion Skills to Nursing Faculty and Students Using Virtual Reality: A Pilot Study
Posted by Jon Brouchoud, CEO at Arch Virtual, developers of Acadicus
A new study focused on VR in medical education is now out of preprint, published and indexed. This publication was based on research done on the award winning VR airway training project developed by Arch Virtual.
It’s in the February edition of Clinical Simulation in Nursing. Many thanks to Dr. Eric B. Bauman for his collaboration and vision on this ground-breaking project.
Samosorn A., Gilbert G.E., Bauman E.B., Khine J. & McGonigle D. (2020). Using VR to teach nursing faculty/students airway insertion skills. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 39, 18-26.
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