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December 18, 2019

US State Nursing Simulation Regulations for Prelicensure Nursing Programs

The much quoted 2014 NCSBN National Simulation Study suggests that simulation can replace up to 50% of traditional clinical time without any effect on clinical competency, comprehensive nursing knowledge assessments, NCLEX pass rates or overall clinical competency after six months of post licensure practice. However, the report does specify that this equivalency is only valid [...]

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December 3, 2019

Implementing Virtual Reality into Clinical Practice with Oxford Medical Simulation

Virtual reality, aka VR, is an immersive technology that allows educators to deliver medical simulation -based education at scale, saving time, space and money while providing quality clinical education. In today’s article we highlight some of the recent adopters of VR clinical training via Oxford Medical Simulation (OMS), including University of New England, New York [...]

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October 25, 2019

Virtual Reality in Clinical Training: Global News From Around the World

Virtual Reality technology is taking off at an accelerating rate. All around the world, institutions are becomingly increasingly aware of its application in skills-based training. Here at HealthySimulation.com, we believe the technology is so powerful, it may even act as a catalyst to the entire medical simulation community from its current state in the adoption [...]

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June 24, 2019

Stanford & UCF Study Finds Learners Avoid Collisions with Virtual Humans in Augmented Reality

Interacting with virtual humans in an augmented reality training environment seems to carry over into the real world, prompting people to respect the personal space of virtual characters even when they are no longer visible. Interacting with virtual humans in an augmented reality training environment seems to carry over into the real world, prompting people [...]

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