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New medical training at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge features hologram patients



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Medical students at Addenbrooke’s Hospital are the first in the world to use the latest in mixed-reality holographic patients.

Holograms of patients could soon be used to train doctors and nurses and enable access to high-level medical teaching anywhere in the world
Holograms of patients could soon be used to train doctors and nurses and enable access to high-level medical teaching anywhere in the world

The new training application is called HoloScenarios and is being developed by Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CUH), in partnership with the University of Cambridge and Los Angeles-based tech company GigXR.

Leading the project in Cambridge is Dr Arun Gupta, consultant anaesthetist at CUH and director of postgraduate education at Cambridge University Health Partnership. He said: “Mixed reality is increasingly recognised as a useful method of simulator training. As institutions scale procurement, the demand for platforms that offer utility and ease of mixed-reality learning management is rapidly expanding.

Holograms of patients could soon be used to train doctors and nurses and enable access to high-level medical teaching anywhere in the world
Holograms of patients could soon be used to train doctors and nurses and enable access to high-level medical teaching anywhere in the world
Holograms of patients could soon be used to train doctors and nurses and enable access to high-level medical teaching anywhere in the world
Holograms of patients could soon be used to train doctors and nurses and enable access to high-level medical teaching anywhere in the world

“GigXR has already enabled instructors to better prepare learners with medically accurate simulation for observation and assessment. With HoloScenarios, we’re helping to evolve education from a mentorship-based model to one where students around the world can have equal access to top-flight expertise for mastering invention-based clinical skills.”



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