Simul Healthc 2021 Jun 11. Epub 2021 Jun 11.
From the Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative, and Pain Medicine (T.J.C., A.R., N.N., K.T., N.G.), Stanford University School of Medicine; Stanford University Graduate School of Education (E.A.-C., B.D.), Stanford, CA; University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine (M.M.), Pittsburgh, PA; Department of Internal Medicine, Legacy Emanuel Medical Center (K.L.), Portland, OR; and Stanford University School of Medicine (S.F.H.), Stanford, CA.
Introduction: A key simulation component is its capability to elicit physiological changes, improving recall. The primary aim was to determine whether parasympathetic responses to head-mounted display simulations (HMDs) were noninferior to in-person simulations. The secondary aims explored sympathetic and affective responses and learning effectiveness. Read More