Usability and effectiveness of the Virtual Reality Simulation team-based learning in Acquiring Airway Management Skills

Brief description of study

The purpose of this research study is to assess and gather product usability feedback and basic qualitative feedback surrounding InvolveXR, an immersive, virtual reality (VR) based learning platform. The study will be evaluating and testing the effectiveness of this remote, trainer-led educational tool for training healthcare professional teams in approach to airway management in critically ill patients.


Clinical Study Identifier: s20-02039
Principal Investigator: Brian S Kaufman.
Other Investigator: Ali Yusuf Asif Hafiz.


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