Incorporate global medical VR ecosphere resources to cultivate medical professionals
HTC cooperated with British developer partners to introduce the “VR immersive learning platform - Virti” into medical education and medical communication training. Not only acknowledged by the country’s National Health Service (NHS), Virti has since been adopted by Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, a leading non-profit hospital in the United States, was trained to wear personal protective equipment when fighting against the COVID-19 epidemic. The project contribution is honored on the Nasdaq Tower of New York's Times Square, and recognized as the most innovative education corporation in 2021 by Fast Company.
The Medical VR team developed customized VR teaching plans through VR workshops with top hospitals and schools in Taiwan, such as the National Taiwan University Hospital, Taichung Veterans General Hospital, Far Eastern Memorial Hospital, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University, Taipei Medical University, and Chang Gung University, etc., to develop VR teaching plans for clinical skills training, cross-team integrated care, Da Vinci surgery training, neonatal emergency care, anesthesiology, medication dispensing handling, dietitian supervision of meals, chronic disease care, and doctor-patient communication, etc. The project improves patient safety and medical services, and contributes to long-term plans for developing professionals in the industry.