Whitepapers and case studies
Completely immersing the user into a new and often interactive 3D environment, typically via the use of a head-mounted digital screen.
Evidence surrounding the use of VR in paediatrics and details of some of the exciting research Rescape has previously completed.
Can virtual reality headsets be used safely as a distraction method for paediatric orthopaedic patients? A feasibility study
An evaluation of the relief offered by DR.VR™ Frontline to staff, conducted by Dr Kim Smallman & Dr Michelle Smalley.
One important area where VR can be adopted, in particular with regards to pain and anxiety management, is within paediatric care
An Evaluation of the Effects of Virtual Reality on Pain and Anxiety in Paediatric Emergency Department
With 14,000 staff working in potenitally demanding roles, ANUHB are committed to supporting wellbeing.
Feasibility and Potential Benefits of Immersive Virtual Reality in the Intensive Care Unit
Ceri Lynch & Gemma Jones
The Paediatric Emergency Department at UHWales have been using DR.VR to help children with great success
After a successful trial the hospice team are looking to build on DR.VR’s positive impact on it’s patients and staff.
Virtual Reality in Burn Wound Dressing Changes - a Realistic Solution?
T Potter, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation; Trust J Curran, Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead
THE GROWING VALUE OF XR IN HEALTHCARE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM