VR Airway Pilot Study: Presented by Justin Khine at IMSH 2019

A pilot study to evaluate feasibility and effectiveness of contemporary immersive virtual reality simulation (CIVRS)

Presented at IMSH 2019 by Justin Khine, MD.

Justin Khine, MD - Eric B. Bauman, PhD, FSSH, RN - Gregory E. Gilbert, EpD, MSPH, PStat - Angela Samosorn, MSN/Ed,RN - Dee McGonigle, PhD, RN, CNE, FAAN, ANEF

Project development by Arch Virtual: https://archvirtual.com/project/airway-lab-medical-training-adtalem-global-education/

Key takeaways:

On par if not better than what we would expect in a traditional teaching lab environment, where we have a single faculty with 8 students and they're teaching it face to face.

Faculty that took the VR training overwhelming felt it was a highly effective as a very valuable teaching tool.

A large proportion of them felt that this is something they should invest in at their institution.

Almost no cyber sickness reported in the survey.

They asked learners if they felt VR training was valuable tool? A plurality of young learners saying this was a great tool, we should invest in it, and they would use it more often.
Virtual Reality
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