Virtual reality is driving performance in the world of medicine!
Doctors are using medical VR to diagnose and treat patients with better accuracy, while first responders are using it to train in an immersive virtual world. Those that invest in an AR/VR platform are also finding tremendous value from performance evaluation.
AR/VR training can be used to evaluate how well people do what they are supposed to. There are many different ways to do this. Here we cover six ways AR/VR training can be used for performance evaluation. One way is overcoming the limitations of traditional training. Another one is setting individual and team benchmarks before classroom or live training events. It confirms whether the results from the traditional training translate into real life scenarios. You can also use it go beyond pass or fail measurement criteria, customize measurements and analytics to individual needs, and get a snapshot of your organization’s mission-readiness.
6 Uses Of Virtual Reality In Medicine Are:
- Overcome limitations of traditional training
- Set individual and team benchmarks prior to the classroom or live training events
- Confirm training results translate into real-world scenarios
- Go beyond pass/fail measurement criteria
- Customize measurements and analytics to the organization and individual needs
- Get a snapshot of overall organization mission-readiness
Virtual Reality has so many opportunities for the medical field! From physical therapy to clinical!
Doctors are using VR to diagnose and treat patients with better accuracy, while first responders are using it to train in an immersive environment. However, there are a lot more uses for VR in medicine than these two uses that we want to share with you!
We’ve compiled a list of 6 uses of AR/VR training to evaluate performance in emergency response training.