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VirtualMedSchool on the list of Innovation Drivers of Rotterdam

VirtualMedSchool on the list of Innovation Drivers of Rotterdam

Rotterdam. A city rebuilt and re-designed after World War 2. A city which is home to people from 175 nationalities, that consistently evolved and adapted to become one of the most important locations in Europe. A city full of collaborative communities that drive innovation forward and deal with any challenges that might arise. A city dedicated to getting stuff done. Since the term “innovation drivers” is...

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VR Study Sophia Children Hospital

VR Study Sophia Children Hospital

“Virtual reality exposure before elective daycare surgery to reduce anxiety and pain in children”. VR study by the Erasmus MC Sophia Children Hospital and published in the European Journal of Anaesthesiology. The aim of this study was to investigate if virtual reality exposure (VRE) as a preparation tool for elective day care surgery in children is associated with lower levels of anxiety, pain and emergence delirium...

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Publication in Life Sciences & Health 010

Publication in Life Sciences & Health 010

Interview with our CEO Ronald Nanninga for Life Sciences & Health 010, the magazine about Life Sciences & Health companies in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. This article is about the international ambition of VirtualMedSchool in collaboration with Siemens Healthineers. For the publication “Flagship on an international course”, see below links: Complete magazine in English (page 33) Article in English Complete magazine in Dutch (pag 33) Article in Dutch...

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Publication in TomorrowsMed Singapore

Publication in TomorrowsMed Singapore

AbcdeSIM mentioned in an article about the Serious Games Congres in Singapore. It concerns a publication in the magazine of Sing Hospital Singapore, Singhealth. You can find the link to the complete article here and the PDF file.                          


ICT&Health

ICT&Health

HOW VIRTUAL REALITY CAN HELP TO LOWER THE NUMBER OF MEDICAL ERRORS? Article about VirtualMedSchool at ICT&Health by Artur Olesch. For full article, click here  


Foto bij artikel - kunnen die piepjes uit - in vakblad C

‘Kunnen die piepjes uit?’

Christina Boomsma, auteur van Vakblad C, een Vakblad voor Communicatieprofessionals, heeft Ronald Nanninga, CEO en medeoprichter van VirtualMedSchool geintervieuwd over het product AbcdeSIM. Tijdens dit interview is er gesproken over hoe de game het vlaggenschip is van het bedrijf.    ‘Ronald Nanninga ziet het vaak gebeuren als hij zijn product presenteert: de patiënt reageert niet, wordt blauw, gaat in shock. En de cursisten schieten in...

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Article in CORDIS: It’s as easy as abcde for virtual reality healthcare education

Publication about healthcare education

Our CEO Ronald Nanninga is interviewed by The European Commission: CORDIS, about virtual reality in healthcare education. Often you read about the incidence of medical errors, that’s global concern about patient safety. AbcdeSIM-VR has provided revolutionary training solutions for medical staff. The article is about: ‘It’s as easy as abcde for virtual reality healthcare education’. For the publication, see here.


Rational prescribing in Europe – Are future doctors well prepared?

Rational prescribing in Europe – Are future doctors well prepared?

“Rational prescribing in Europe – Are future doctors well prepared?” Publication of the thesis of David J. Brinkman. Outline of the thesis The goal of the studies described in this thesis is to improve CPT education in the undergraduate medical curricula of European medical schools and ultimately contribute to improvements in the quality and safety of patient care. From the above, we know that the current...

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Publication about our 5 stars quality label

Publication about our 5 stars quality label

AbcdeSIM is mentioned in the Medical Training Magazine volume 7 issue 1.2018. Here you will find an article about DSSH and their quality label for serious games. The Dutch Society of Simulation in Healthcare (DSSH) has developed a transparent evaluation framework with an associated quality label for medical serious games. B. Doyen, A. Mert, H.A.W. Meijer, T.C.W. Nijboer, and M.E.W. Dankbaar report. Last year abcdeSIM...

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