Fall 2006 Internet2 Member Meeting

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Simulation, Visualization and Immersive Telepresence for Medical Education: Can We Build a Virtual Hospital for Students?

Time 12/05/06 04:30PM-05:30PM

Session Abstract

Numerous medical schools are building simulation centers for training students, residents and hospital personnel. 3D anatomic models, stereo imaging, simulated surgical procedures complete with the sensation of touch, high resolution video from the operating room for a sense of telepresence - all are components that are being used today for education. Are they enough to begin crafting a vision of a comprehensive virtual hospital where students meet and treat virtual patients, manage routine needs and crises, and learn their craft in an immersive and authentic environment.

Speakers

Speaker Steve Senger University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

Speaker Margaret Krebs Stanford University

Speaker Kevin Smith Sindex

Speaker Pat Molholt Columbia University

Speaker W. LeRoy Heinrichs Stanford University

Speaker Patricia Youngblood Stanford University

Speaker Parvati Dev Innovation in Learning, Inc.

Speaker Neil Gesundheit Stanford University

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail Virtual Hospitals: a panel presentation (ppt)

Speaker Parvati Dev Innovation in Learning, Inc.

Secondary tracks Teaching and Learning, K20 Advancing Applications: What's Working? What's Not? What's Needed?

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