Simulation-based training in an immersive room
A well-constructed simulation-based training enables students and professionals to answer the question, “If I do this, what happens?". When such a training takes place in an immersive room, it offers a lifelike experience. Moreover, by adding Viso as the video feedback tool, efficient debriefing of the training is assured. Dennie Wulterkens, a paramedic and owner of Secta Medical, informs us about the benefits.
Dennie Wulterkens: "Simulation means you have to interact with your team members."
During a simulation-based training, students, nurses, or medical professionals interact with each other to learn how to perform in a certain situation. It offers a safe environment, in which you can make mistakes, without the risk of harming a real patient. A perfect setting for learning.
Dennie explains that using Viso as a dedicated debriefing system enables you to look back at your own and each other’s performance and see what the interactions were. People learn a lot from this.