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[PUBLICATION] Using virtual reality in audiological training: Our experience in 22 otolaryngology residents

  • Recherche,
  • Santé-Sciences-Technologie,
  • Santé-social,
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le 14 juillet 2020

Published in Clin Otolaryngol

Collaborative research project led by Prof. David Bakhos

Using virtual reality in audiological training: Our experience in 22 otolaryngology residents

Abstract

  • The French National Authority for Health requires competency to be demonstrated before students are allowed to interact with human patients or volunteers.
  • We developed a virtual reality (VR) system that simulates the clinical environment to train otolaryngology students.
  • The VR training system was evaluated by expert educators and otolaryngology students.
  • The mean rating by expert educators was 4.4/5 (±0.3), indicating satisfactory validity; student examination scores significantly improved after completing the VR training (P  < .0001).
  • Further development of VR and augmented reality (AR) training systems may address the important need to establish competency and supplement traditional training for otolaryngology students.
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Versatilist with Charles Aussedat, David Bakhos, & John Galvin

In this episode, Versatilist speak with Charles Aussedat, David Bakhos, & John Galvin, the authors of "Using virtual reality in audiological training: Our experience in 22 otolaryngology residents".
 



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