New this month: large scale evaluations of VR, and improving critical thinking skills in nursing.
VR training can unlock NHS workforce goals through efficient skill building that accelerates and enhances clinical education at scale.
This blog series will give layperson primers for different VR simulations terms. This week: what do we mean by ‘experiential training’?
Dr. Emily Tarver from University of Mississippi Medical Center talks about her journey in creating SimGym with us at i3 Simulations.
New this month: Resuscitation VR, and examining the future of AI and Metaverse in healthcare systems.
An insightful article at UMMC, featuring one of our collaborative projects: SimGym, designed for real-world clinical simulation in VR.
At i3 Simulations, we’re proud to see our work contributing to the expansion of knowledge in the domain of clinical simulation and medical training. In this spirit, we’re thrilled to announce the publication of a new book chapter featuring Resuscitation VR, our simulation platform for emergency medicine training. Titled “Resuscitation VR: Implementing the Future of Emergency Medicine Training” and authored by TJ Matthews, our Research Manager, the chapter appears in the recent book “XR-Metaverse Cases: Business Application of AR, VR, XR and Metaverse“. Edited by Professors Timothy Jung and M. Claudia tom Dieck of Manchester Metropolitan University, the book and
i3 Simulations is partnering with the NIHR and MMU’s Creative AR VR Hub to support a Medical Metaverse research project.
Dr. José Ferrer Costa from Badalona Serveis Assistencials talks about his experiences working with us at i3 Simulations.
This blog series will give layperson primers for different VR simulations terms. To start: what do we mean by ‘non-linear learning’?
New this month: Gamification for doctors, VR nursing simulation, and cross-cultural communication skills enhancement.
i3 Simulations joined TheHill’s VR showcase, highlighting the revolutionary impact of these technologies in healthcare.
PeTIT VR team, in collaboration with i3 Simulations, wins Second Marika Zelenka Roy Simnovation Prize at McGill’s CLiC.
i3 Simulations collaborates with the BRIDGING project, led by Dr. Michael Loizou, to empower autistic individuals for independent lives.
i3 Simulations’ PeTIT VR, a pediatric trauma VR education platform, has won multiple prestigious awards.
New this month: Enhancing clinical decision making for nurses, comparing traditional and immersive sims in ultrasound and nursing.
i3 Simulations enhances UK clinical training with XR simulations through collaboration with St. George’s University of London.
Resuscitation VR is being piloted at the University of Padova, showing potential to revolutionize paediatric emergency training.