In the digital age, soft skills like emotional intelligence are only becoming more important. Fortunately, the digital age presents innovative and effective ways of helping employees develop those skills, as well.
Medical mistakes, including during surgery, have a high financial cost and, more importantly, a high human cost. To help mitigate this risk and improve patient outcomes, hospitals and surgical device companies can look to virtual reality (VR) training.
Studies show that the use of virtual reality in training can significantly increase retention and improve empathy.
Virtual reality (VR) has been on the market for several years now, and gamification has also been picking up speed in the last few years as a viable training solution. A blend of these tools can help take learning to the next level.
Virtual eTraining Software has launched Taggis, a multimedia hotspot editor to create stand-out learning settings in no time.
Explore the best practice for effectively integrating these amazing new technologies into your learning initiatives to stay at the peak of learner engagement.
Osso VR, a leading virtual reality surgical training technology company, announces today its partnership with the Medical Sales College, the only licensed and regulated college for world-class medical device sales education.