VR healthcare training simulators allow doctors to make mistakes and learn from them in a safe environment. Immersed in realistic virtual environment, doctors are able to practice important skills such as communication, team-work and decision-making while performing the procedure under pressure. In addition, its remote access ability is a huge advantage for institutions trying to minimize disruption since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
Visual Engineering is proud to be the first Norwegian digital reality company to lead the first Singapore-Norway healthtech research collaboration with NUHS and NTFGH, we look forward to sharing more exciting VR training innovation in the near future.
Officiated by Norway Ambassador, Her Excellency Anita Nergaard, CEO of National University Health System, Professor Yeoh Khay Guan, and CEO of Alexandra Hospital, Asso. Professor Jason Phua, and attended by Mr Paul Kastmann, Innovation Norway Director, Mr Ole Olsen, VE Founder/Director, Ms Angie Lim, VE Co-Founder, Professor Lawrence Ho, CIH Director, Professor Philip Lau, Head & Senior Consultant, General Surgery, Ng Teng Fong General Hospital and representatives from all parties.