Friday, December 20, 2013

2013 EDU: Training, emergency scenarios, clinical content, teamwork, in a virtual world

Training, emergency scenarios, clinical content, teamwork, in a virtual world
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Published on Nov 14, 2013
Lehigh Valley Health Network used a design-based research approach to rapidly develop and deploy three virtual office-based emergency scenarios using a low-cost hosted platform. In addition to the specific clinical content, issues of team communications and work-flow were addressed. Its VR simulations are now being considered for orientation and training of new practice sites and urgent care centers and formation of new teams at existing practices. Join us for a tour of the VR learning environment and a discussion of key design principles and rapid prototyping approach to development.
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