Industry-leading panel featuring expert orthopaedic surgeons and educational directors, to discuss the value of virtual reality toward future skill acquisition.
VANCOUVER, B.C. (September 9, 2020) – PrecisionOS, pioneers of the Surgical Mastery Platform™, announced today its plans to welcome a lineup of 12 panelists across the medical technology space, during its virtual event discussion, Educational Transformation of Surgical Training Using Virtual Reality.
Moderated by the University of Connecticut’s Health Faculty Director, Dr. Augustus D. Mazzocca, PrecisionOS looks forward to viewers tuning in on Wednesday, September 16th at 8 P.M. EDT / 5 P.M. PDT [ Registration ] and weighing in on the conversation.
Through a joint effort with key industry sponsors, including the AO Foundation, CONMED, Orthomentor, the NICE Shoulder Course and the Journal of Orthopedic Experience and Innovation, PrecisionOS will collaborate with OTW Momentum to lead a masterclass exploring proven learning theories that support skill proficiency through VR simulation systems.
“The time is now to bring together individuals across all different avenues to embrace highly immersive and innovative learning solutions.” says Dr. Danny Goel, an orthopedic surgeon in Vancouver, BC and Chief Executive Officer of PrecisionOS. “Numerous educational institutions are continuing to incorporate medical technology with virtual reality capabilities into their resident training programs. I look forward to discussing the unparalleled value VR training provides to our industry, patient care, and society as a whole.”
PrecisionOS plans to host an interactive environment that offers participants from all backgrounds and skill levels the opportunity to engage in meaningful discussions on deliberate practice methods.
“As we reexamine the industry’s future path forward, this event aims to bring together unique and varied perspectives within the field,” says Dr. Danny Goel. “By working to identify essential components necessary within a well-rounded training program, we can continue working toward elevating the preparedness of our next generation of modern healthcare practitioners by integrating a streamlined low-risk and high-value approach.”
Register now to save your spot for this virtual event.
PrecisionOS was founded by a team of clinical orthopedic surgeons and game developers to create the most relevant and applicable medical-grade-VR-simulation™ experience. Based in Vancouver, British Columbia and backed by the prestigious AO Foundation, the company’s mission is to provide first-in-class orthopedic surgical training on a global scale. Given its focus on surgical education, PrecisionOS is not only a CME provider through the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, but has also established partnerships with more than 10 North American orthopedic residency programs and medical institutions. The company’s scientifically validated product has been tested among its end users and customers resulting in business relationships with some of the top orthopedic companies in the industry.
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