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🚀 We’re excited to share a glimpse of the future of X-ray training!
VitaSim proudly presents our latest Virtual Reality (VR) simulator, set to revolutionize the way X-ray training is conducted for both
📢 Calling all Investors💡
Would you like to come along on the journey?🌟 🚀 VitaSim is revolutionizing medical training and education, and we’re on
Exciting Collaboration between UC SYD, the Ministry of Health, and VitaSim
🎉 Exciting Collaboration between UC SYD, the Ministry of Health, and VitaSim 🎉 We are thrilled about our partnership with
Ultrasound G.E.L Podcast. Talks-about-vitasims-wold-leading-research
We are thrilled to announce that VitaSim has been featured in an international podcast about ultrasound in virtual reality (VR).
Medical students train Lumbar Puncture in VR
Lumbar puncture is a procedure where a needle is inserted into the spinal canal to withdraw fluid or administer medication.
2023 will be wild! 🌟🍾🏥👩⚕️🩺
2022 was a good year for VitaSim, but 2023 will be wild! At VitaSim, we have developed an evidence-based simulation
Exciting international research
Exciting international research We are excited to announce that Jonas Dragsbæk Larsen, a research student from the Research and Innovation
Training emergency ultrasound in virtual reality
Training in focused emergency ultrasound scans in virtual reality can help healthcare professionals detect internal bleeding faster
Interns create VR simulations for healthcare training
Interns are working together to create VR training simulations for healthcare students at the nursing college in Odense.
VitaSim is presenting VR content at annual meeting for diagnostic imaging
This week VitaSim is presenting VR content at the annual meeting for diagnostic imaging.
VR is helping nurses practice medication administration
With a VR scenario created by VitaSim in collaboration with UCL nurses can now practice medication administration in a safe, flexible VR simulation
VR training of nurses
Nurses from the out-of-hospital acute care team in Kolding, Denmark, are now performing focused lung ultrasound scans (FLUS) in citizens’ own homes – their training included a VR module from VitaSim.
VR research studies
For more than 4 years, VitaSim has been involved in various research projects on learning and training with VR. We believe that technology can create better learning (if used in the right places), and we have participated in several studies that show that.
Students want more virtual reality
With our learning modules for VR Ultrasound, we strive to optimize learning and knowledge for medical students and healthcare personnel
Ergonomics study in VR
VitaSim creates VR software that stages the operation of a dishwashing machine, which demonstrates ergonomic principles.