The VitaSim software package can provide educational benefits in many use cases, but it shines the most in those areas where skill training is dangerous, expensive or impossible. See specific examples below.
VR SOSU Platform
As part of a “Public-Private Innovation (PPI) Project” and in collaboration with the Knowledgecenter for WelfareTech West (VFVVest), VitaSim is currently developing, testing and adjusting a virtual reality learning platform for SOSU educational programs. The platform includes customized versions of VitaSim Author, Study and Enterprise.
In collaboration with the University of Southern Denmark (SDU) and Odense University Hospital, VitaSim has developed a VR platform for learning and practising point-of-care ultrasound.
The learning efficacy of the software has been validated in two pilot projects (see white paper for abstracts) and the platform is currently being used during the candidate degree in medicine at SDU. The platform includes customized version of VitaSim Author and Study.
A larger (n=132) follow-up study is currently ongoing.
In collaboration with Aalborg University, a VR based training tool for practise of Ultrasound Guided Intravenous Acces (USGIVA) was developed. The training tool a spin-off module to VR ULTRASOUND.