Use of Virtual Reality in Medical Education - Reality or Deception

Virtual reality is an immersive, three-dimensional, computer generated environment. Users can interact with the environment in a realistic manner using special electronic sensors. Traditionally this technology has been dedicated to gaming and entertainment. But increasingly virtual reality is being adopted by other industries ranging from military, aviation to mainstream professional development. Is there a role of virtual reality in medical education?


Osama Al-Jibury

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