Advancing Healthcare Simulation
The SingHealth Duke-NUS Institute of Medical Simulation (SIMS) i3 Hub,
launched on 18 January 2022 by Senior Minister of State for Health and Manpower, Dr Koh Poh Koon, leverages on the latest simulation technologies and serious games to transform training in healthcare. Located in Academia (SGH Campus), the i3 Hub is a dedicated space fully equipped with a wide array of Extended Reality (XR) solutions and cutting-edge gaming equipment, offering healthcare professionals immersive and interactive learning experiences to hone their clinical skills and competencies in a risk-free environment.
The Hub aims to
inspire collaborations and
innovations in healthcare simulation by gathering like-minded healthcare professionals, while spurring the
incubation of new ideas to advance patient safety.
Catch a glimpse of the hub in this video:
Dedicated Space for Immersive Learning
The configuration of the i3 Hub is optimised to support the training of individuals and healthcare teams via the Inspire Room and Energise Room. Different types of extended reality headsets like Occulus Quest, HTC Vive, Microsoft Hololens as well as gaming computers and tablets are available for training purposes.
After training sessions, game data can be extracted, giving educators useful insight into areas for improvement for their learners. Debriefing can also be carried out in the main area of the i3 Hub, ensuring effective and fulfilling learning.
Honing Key Skills in a Safe Environment
At the SIMS i3 Hub, healthcare professionals can look forward to receiving training across a broad spectrum of topics, such as:
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Interested to incorporate immersive technology and serious games into existing training curriculum?Speak with our team to find out more!
Keen to tour the SIMS i3 Hub and explore its features? Make an appointment to visit the SIMS i3 Hub today! Contact
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