Imperial College London has become the first medical school in the UK to use VR as part of their curriculum to train future doctors. Medical students wear headsets to immerse themselves in emergency situations and make life or death decisions. Read more:
Imperial College London is using virtual reality to train future doctors in emergency scenarios.
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Medical students wear the headsets to immerse themselves in emergency situations like cardiac arrests or asthma attacks and have to make life or death decisions.These experiences can often be difficult for trainee medics to come across before their first real-life shift in a hospital.Mum Kaye Daniels told ITV News the family is terrified to hear the worst about Camila’s illness.The university hopes this will help students begin their career with greater experience of dealing with a patient who becomes very unwell.‘Raceability’ was a key element of Brawn’s hope for the 2022 cars, including tyres from Pirelli which could be pushed on harder, without as much need for tyre management during a race and, subsequently, drivers not having to drive within their capabilities to eke out an optimum race strategy.Show more.‘It’s just a constant terror.
Brilliant. loads of universities use virtual reality. It’s very commonplace! very much doubt they’re the “first” to use it you might wanna fact check that. Is that the Bill Gates Funded Imperial College with links to the CCP by any chance !!!!! imperialcollege That’s my Uni 👍❤️
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