Randomized trial of a virtual reality tool to teach surgical technique for tibial shaft fracture intramedullary nailing
from Journal of Surgical Education
Active learning methods have accumulated popularity due to improved results in knowledge acquisition as opposed to passive learning methods. For surgical resident physicians with limited training opportunities outside of the operating room due to time constraints, virtual reality (VR) is a relatively inexpensive and time-efficient active training method for procurement of surgical skills.
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