123 – Virtual Reality and Technological innovation partnerships in healthcare, Nathan Moore, Western Sydney Local Health District
Virtual reality, the future of simulation-based clinical education.
Nathan Moore is the Lead for Technology Enhanced learning for the Research and Education Network of Western Sydney Local Health District. Prior to this appointment, he helped establish and run the simulation service at Westmead Hospital for eight years with an ICU – Critical care background. He is currently completing a PhD with the University of Sydney, exploring Virtual Reality use in Clinical Education and has a Masters degree in Adult Education.
Western Sydney Local Health District (WSLHD) is a leader in clinical services, research and education. It provides a diverse range of public healthcare to more than 946,000 residents in Sydney’s west, as well as services to those outside their catchment from specialty statewide centres of expertise.
This episode of Talking HealthTech features Nathan Moore from Western Sydney Local Health District (WSLHD). We explore virtual reality innovations happening within the public healthcare sector. Nathan and I also look at what our Local Health Districts are doing with innovative tech.
This episode explores the ins and outs of virtual reality for clinician education. We learn from an expert how to create, execute and deliver technological innovations within the healthcare space. As a bonus, you’ll get tips on how to learn virtual reality and useful resources and places to obtain information about emerging tech.
Check out the episode and full show notes here.
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