Singapore Medical Students Learning through Virtual Reality and Gamification

NUS have released how they are enabling their medical students from the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine to experience the process of patient safety and immersion in operating theatre procedures through virtual reality (VR).The students have been able to learn about the entire flow of the peri-operative setting: from dental clearance to anaesthesia evaluation, to the handling of sharps during surgery and the safe conduct of operations in a simulated environment through VR headsets and hand-held control

The Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine (National University of Singapore) has to face the actual crisis without stopping courses and training for students. With the PAtient Safety aS Inter-Professional Training (PASS-IT), they use virtual reality to allow students to train themselves in many domains.

Source: Singapore Medical Students Learning through Virtual Reality and Gamification – OpenGov

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