Approach to Scenario Development for Virtual Simulation

Publication Date Jun 17, 2022


Virtual simulation is the use of 3D models and environments to practice activities that would typically be performed in a healthcare setting. This chapter describes two types of virtual simulation: virtual reality and augmented reality. The types and use-cases for virtual simulation in healthcare are explored including teamwork training, standardized virtual patients, and procedure-based training. The chapter discusses approaches to basic simulation scenario development for virtual simulation and introduces best practices for debriefing and feedback in virtual simulation.


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