Hi all, we're increasingly being asked to work with younger kids, including those hospitalised with serious illnesses, and I'm keen to read up further on evidence around using VR with children, best practice, contraindications, any papers/literature reviews/personal experiences. Any links/info around this or if you're happy to discuss in person/phone/email, please drop me a line! We're currently working on a VR pilot with the community affected by the fire last year at Grenfell, which is being really well received, and is leading to unexpected developments in this area for us - very keen to learn from others in this area using VR as an engagement tool or otherwise! ... See MoreSee Less
I've been invited to contribute as a panelist to the Topol Review, a report commissioned by the Secretary for State for Health led by Professor Eric Topol.
There are three panels: Artificial Intelligence, Genomics, and Digital Medicine. We are looking at how these advances will change the role of clinicians over the next 2 decades, what the implications are for generalists, specialists, and the sub-specialities, and what the consequences are for education, training, and selection.
With regards to Immersive Technologies like VR/AR/360, I'm making sure that these are factored in and considered.
I've suggested we go to twitter and facebook to source feedback from clinicians of all ages/stages to ask them what they think is coming in the future, what that might mean for their work and role, and what training they might need.
So here I am - please, feel free to comment or approach me via private messaging. Doom laden remarks about SkyNet and the Matrix welcome, but may not make the final cut.
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