Orthopedic surgical nurses to train with virtual reality system

Alan Condon -   Print  |

Precision OS Technology is expanding its virtual reality system to train orthopedic surgical nurses.

Three things to know:

1. Precision OS' VR system aims to improve knowledge and procedural skills in support of traditional nurse training.

2. The technology provides an alternative to time-consuming and expensive on-the-job learning, such as cadaver labs, lectures and training sessions.

3. Orthopedic surgeon Danny Goel, MD, is CEO of Precision OS, which is based in Vancouver, Canada.

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