Virtual Reality in Medical Education

The landscape of medical education is evolving. Despite its effectiveness, simulation is becoming a fundamental component of clinical training and requires a lot of resources. Virtual reality (VR) is becoming a new way to deliver simulation as budgetary constraints and standardization grow. Learners and instructors can benefit from virtual reality (VR), which provides on-demand, standardized, repeatable, and affordable clinical instruction. Virtual reality simulation is supported by a wealth of evidence across various sectors, including healthcare. Virtual reality (VR) is becoming more and more popular as an effective teaching tool for specific learning objectives, even if it is not a cure-all. VR’s future rests in its continued assimilation into academic programs and in technological advancements that make shared simulated clinical experiences possible. This will revolutionize the way we educate the future generation of clinicians and enable high-quality interprofessional education at scale, regardless of location.

The field of medicine is changing at an unstoppable rate. Twenty years later, there are significant differences in the complex needs of an aging population, the variety of treatment options available, the interprofessional character of care, and the complexity of healthcare systems.

As a result, the way we train upcoming physicians for the workforce has had to change. The topic of an individual’s ability to retain and access facts has given way to one of how best to use, assess, and apply these facts to patient treatment.

What is virtual reality?

VR is the process of creating an immersive virtual world using software. In contrast to traditional user interfaces, virtual reality (VR) requires users to don head-mounted displays (HMDs), which immerse them in an experience and allow them to interact realistically with virtual characters and the environment. More than any other technology in history, virtual reality (VR) possesses the special ability to give users the impression that they are in a distinct environment. As in real life, this enables individuals to learn from experience. The secret to VR’s power is its capacity to deliver experiences whenever and wherever needed.

 

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