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The country's first clinical training center / VR classroom for clinical training
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The country's first clinical training center / VR classroom for clinical training

Medical care services, education, and research are our three main missions. And it has been our top priority to train new talents with both excellent ethics and skills. To improve clinical education, in February 2003, we established the Clinical Skills Training Center and held simulation sessions. We adopted multi-media teaching materials so that nurse and technologists may learn clinical skills before actually treating patients, instead of trying out their learnings on patients. This shall avoid medical malpractices to certain extent. Moreover, we opened up group discussion rooms for National Yang-Ming University to carry out PBL small-group classes and other uses.

  •  clinical training center

    The clinical training center

  • 2003年2月成立臨床技術訓練中心

Other than setting up the training center, we accepted funding from Ruentex Group to establish a VR classroom. Simulated training is a new trend in medical education. At first, it was used to train medical students for their clinical skills. The idea is to use models and tools to teach students the skills for wound sutures, intubation, etc., without actually doing these on patients. This will enable new hands to treat patients in a more prepared way. This is the core concept of TVGH Taipei's VR classroom.

  • 模擬PBL教室
  • 模擬室

The classroom's high-tech facilities include circular screens which can adapt to different teaching settings, an instant feedback system, electric blackboards, and a one-way mirror. This allows the educators to simulate teachings such as the tips for holding outpatient clinics and doctor-patient communications. The educators can choose from a range of themes, as well as "simulated students" and "simulated patients" to demonstrate ward visits, outpatient sessions, and surgical cases. The educators can even practice public-speech techniques in a VR setting and receive instant feedbacks from their colleagues. This shall help to sharpen their lecturing skills.

  • 郭正典主任模擬示範
  • 麻醉部尹彙文主任模擬示範

What's more, VR allows clinical educators to practice teaching in a highly realistic setting. The one-way mirror and instant feedback system of the classroom enable supervising educators to observe the teaching and give feedbacks to the educator in practice, without interfering as much.

TVGH Taipei not only devotes to developing new medical skills and serving patients, but attaches much importance to cultivating talents. To do so, we have gathered outstanding educators. VR classrooms shall also help to cultivate more young doctors and medical professionals.

  • 採購全功能高階病人模擬器
  • 承辦臨床技能測驗(OSCE)國考

 

  • 演練廳
  • 觀賞區
  • 臨床虛擬實境教室規劃設計圖
  • 單向鏡:提供其他參加教學訓練的觀察老師作教學觀摩,並給予練習教師立即的回饋,避免干擾練習教師的教學演練。
  • 實際演練
  • 上課實況
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