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Virtual Reality in Health Sciences Education

There is a desire to shift from instructor-driven rote learning and progress toward more clinically relevant and practical teaching that puts the student at the center of their learning. Problem-based learning, communication skills training and simulation-based learning have all entered curricula. With the increasing drive to provide clinical learning experiences, and the inherent difficulties in doing so, simulation has gained momentum as a method of delivering experiential learning.

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