People trained by virtual reality had lower performance errors and higher accuracy compared to those trained by conventional approaches.
250% improvement in managing an operating room fire when learners trained in VR versus traditional reading/lecture.
VR simulation performed similarly to high-fidelity mannequin-based simulation for assessing ACLS communication competencies.
The cost of VR simulation for ACLS training was also 83% less than the cost of mannequin-based simulation.
VR learners are 275% more confident to act on what they learned after training.
VR learners are 4x more focused than e-learners.
VR training is 4x faster than classroom training on average.
VR learners are 3.75x more emotionally connected to content than classroom learners.
VR simulation enhances learning performance compared to screen-based simulation training.
VR is also viable modality for clinical decision-making training.