Megan Valente

Content Marketing Manager

Blog Posts

What Makes Health Scholars VR Training Different?

Virtual reality (VR) training for healthcare is more than SIM; it’s an entire immersive experience that helps clinicians train their minds and bodies to recognize and respond deliberately and calmly to high-risk care events. Health Scholars has curated specific VR elements to make that experience as realistic as possible. As a result, clinicians go beyond practicing a simple drill of following a checklist.

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How VR Training Supports Nurse Retention

Virtual reality provides a comprehensive solution to the nurse retention problem – here’s how VR training can lessen moral damage and fatigue while enhancing safe practices and team satisfaction.

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VR is More Than a Game: It’s a Serious Training Tool for Frontline Clinicians

Virtual Reality, or “VR,” is an interactive three-dimensional world where objects have a sense of spatial presence — and it’s changing the way frontline clinicians learn and train.

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COVID-19 and Maternal Mortality: The Disparity Among Race and Ethnicity in Births

Maternal mortality rates have always been a global challenge, but recently, they’ve disproportionately impacted people of color.

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What is VR Training for Healthcare?

You’ve likely heard the term “virtual reality” thrown around in recent years, especially in relation to massive tech conglomerates like Meta or Unity. But what applications does VR have beyond entertainment?

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Can virtual reality teach clinicians of the future?

Health systems are increasingly using virtual reality to make medical training more efficient and cost effective. “Virtual reality is a three-dimensional interactive experience, which means it is a better way to train than just looking at a cadaver and it’s less expensive too,” said Dr. Walter Greenleaf, the virtual reality/augmented reality expert at Stanford University’s Virtual Human Interaction Lab.

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