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VR Simulation News Roundup – April 2022

Read our monthly newsletter providing you with all the latest news in VR simulation! New LAP Camera Pro LAP Mentor study New ANGIO Mentor brochure Events in April for Surgical Science And much more...

Proud to support Médecins Sans Frontières

This holiday season, Surgical Science proudly supports Médecins Sans Frontière in their efforts to provide medical assistance to those affected by armed conflicts, natural disasters, disease epidemics, malnutrition crises and...

How to prevent skill decay in surgeons

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many issues in healthcare over the last 18 months. For many surgeons and medical professionals, it has had led to time away from normal medical practise. This means they have been unable to perform their regular medical, surgical or...

Using VR Simulation to inspire our next generation of surgeons

We talk with Riley Johnson, a principle at a career academy in Fort Wayne, Indiana, US, about his bright idea of using virtual reality (VR) surgical simulators to inspire young students to work in health science. Read More  

LapSim Annual Update 2021

Our LapSim simulator is celebrating its 2021 annual update! We have a new Colorectal Procedure Module, improved instrumentation and much much more. Take a look! Want more details! Click here  

Surgical Science to acquire Simbionix

Surgical Science and Simbionix join forces to deliver the future of medical simulation. The combination of the two VR simulation companies and their respective technologies gives an never been-seen chance to deliver the highest standard in training for medical...

New VR simulator VATS lobectomy study

A new study, Simulation‑based VATS resection of the five lung lobes: a technical skills test, was published recently by the Copenhagen Academy for Medical Education and Simulation (CAMES). It is the first paper to explore the newly developed virtual reality (VR)...

UK hospital trust investing in EndoSim simulator

Ralph Austin, consultant colorectal surgeon based at Colchester Hospital, and Dr James Worsfold with the EndoSim - Credit: ESNEFT A UK hospital trust is investing in our VR simulator, EndoSim, to help clinicians prefect their endocopy skills. "Trainee doctors in...

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