An interesting paper from Clinical Orthopeadics and Related Research on the effectivness of virtual reality (VR) training. This newly published study examines surgical proficiency in orthopedic procedures with and without VR training. And it turns out that VR training helps — by quite a lot!
“The results of this study demonstrate the effectiveness of VR and how it can be particularly impactful in improving procedural accuracy and completion rates.”
– said Mark Orland, head of the VR research study, University of Illinois’ College of Medicine
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