Virtual Medicine: A Brave New World
Virtual Reality can often help, but it can also harm.
- Brennan Spiegel, MD, MSHS
Does VR Really Help Patients? A Critical Review of the Evidence
VR can bring our attention to something other than what we are doing, to distract us.
- Itai Danovitch, MD, MBA
The Psycyhology of VR: What 17 years of working in the clinical trenches has taught me
VR is a wonderful way to help them stay curious.
- Les Posen, PhD
Best Practices for integrating VR into a clinical workflow: What works, and what doesn't work?
The technology finally is getting to a point where we can make this affordable.
- Matthew Stoudt, MBA
The Exponential future of VR in healthcare
It feels real, that's the fun part of the equation.
- Daniel Kraft, MD
How virtual reality is revolutionizing pain management
I really do think that medical applications of VR will be one of the strongest verticals for VR technology.
- Walter Greenleaf, PhD
Battling the opioid epidemic with virtual reality: Front-line experiences from the clinical trenches
The future for VR in pain treatment is now.
- Ted Jones, PhD
Blocking the pain: VR as drug-free treatment in orthopedics
It's a safe and practical way to give some adjunctive pain management.
- Aenor Sawyer, MD
Virtually better: How VR is easing pain, calming nerves and improving health in primary care
VR is already easing pain, calming nerves and improving health.
- Keith Grimes, MD
Medical Virtual Reality: Lessons from the Bumpy Implementation of other Health IT
How can technology be an enabler?
- Bob Wachter, MD
From bench to bedside: the evolution of VR from lab tech to front-line theraputic
You can give users choice now.
- Skip Rizzo, PhD
Gloves, Scalpel... VR-AR! Is this the Future of Surgery and Surgical Training?
Imagine the potential to be a learning and connecting tool. It's just amazing.
- Rafael Grossmann, MD
Virtual reality therapies in neuropsychiatry
The technology is moving so fast we cannot innovate without each other.
- Kim Bullock, MD
Serious games: Helping pediatric patients with VR
People felt good about it, they want to have VR at every blood draw.
- Jeffrey Gold, PhD
"So-HELP" me God: How VR helped reduce blood pressure in the Holman United Methodist Church
We saw an innovative teaching tool bringing VR to the community.
Roundtable with the clinical virtualists
Speak to a patient before you build anything at all.
Psychiatric and neurocognitive applications of VR and AR
We are enhancing the regular curriculum by using VR.
Practice makes perfect: Training doctors with VR & AR
The technology has crossed a threshold where we can now achieve exponential skill transfer.
The patient perspective: First-person experiences using therapeutic VR
It teaches me tools to learn to calm myself, so that I can be a patient is easier to work with.
Mind and body: enhancing VR immersion through biofeedback
VR has the unique ability to override the mind, take you somewhere else when you're in pain.
- Josh Sackman
Virtual Soundscapes: how immersive audio compositions will revolutionize therapeutic virtual reality
The brain loves simplicity, we love the peaceful resolve.
- Jeremy Soule
How do we improve the science of medical VR? New guidelines from an international working group
As the therapeutic VR literature expands, it is increasingly important to ensure scientific rigor
- Brandon Birckhead, MD
On the cutting edge of therapeutic virtual reality
Only in the past 5 years have we seen the dramatic explosion in use cases.
- David Rhew, MD, MSHS
Top 10 takeaways from the conference
We have to build great stuff, that meets unmet needs and works in the clinic.
- Brennan Spiegel, MD, MSHS