Back to Blog

The 'Why’ and ‘How' of virtual reality clinical training

Misti Carr

Your guide to digitally transforming provider practice and assessment

Health Scholars is dedicated to improving the healthcare industry by providing educators with cutting-edge training technology and resources. We’re pleased to announce that we just launched a new eGuide series created to address the critical training issues the medical community is facing. Our first eGuide, “How Virtual Reality Can Help EMS and Hospital Leadership Face Today’s Top challenges,” is available now.

Full of useful stats and information, the eGuide covers ways virtual reality (VR) helps clinical leadership address their top challenges and begin to evolve training programs to address competency and more. You’ll learn how VR:

  • Is used as part of a modern healthcare training program
  • Improves provider readiness
  • Is more cost effective than other popular modalities
  • Reduces turnover and improves recruiting
  • Gives you helpful, actionable data and insights

Download the eGuide to learn all the ins and outs of how VR can help your organization improve provider and patient safety, overcome capital and resource constraints, avoid provider burnout (while addressing the current shortage), and better collect and activate on your training data.

Looking for more info on Health Scholars? Sign up to be notified when we publish our upcoming eGuides and other news:

  • The Evidence: Data and Customer Stories on Virtual Reality Training Effectiveness in EMS and Hospital
  • Getting Started and Best Practices for Implementing a Clinical Virtual Reality Training Program
  • Virtual Reality Clinical Training and Preparedness: Insights and Predictions for 2022
Share on social media: 

More from the Blog

Reflections on emergency pediatric care. Part 2/2

After working for fifteen years in the engineering sector, I realized that all of my hard work became nothing more than a dusty stack of CD-ROMs on a government official’s bookshelf.

Read Story

Reflections on emergency pediatric care. Part 1/2

As the oldest in a family of six, caring for children and infants was part of my upbringing. This native comfort level was helpful when I became involved in EMS during high school and college. Working as a cardiac surgical ICU nurse in the 1980’s.

Read Story

Groundbreaking pediatric training tour uses VR to improve emergency care for children by rural ems providers

New education with VR training from Health Scholars to help rural Florida EMS agencies maintain critical pediatric emergency skills

Read Story

Would you like a personal demonstration?

Schedule a demo with our team members