Virtual reality in healthcare

Virtual reality in healthcare events

If you are interested in finding out more about virtual reality in healthcare, from its current uses to future applications, then now is a good time to make a note of these upcoming events.

Virtual Reality & Simulation in Healthcare Summit 2018

Friday 30th November 2018, De Vere West One, London

Focusing on how virtual reality in healthcare is already being used to improve the education and training of clinicians, this summit promises practical case study insights and the opportunity to network with colleagues that are working to implement VR and simulation in healthcare.


Covering topics as diverse as the use of virtual reality in surgery to the clinical use of holograms and much more, this event offers a superb learning and networking opportunity for those committed to the benefits of VR in healthcare environments.

If you are interested in attending this virtual reality in healthcare summit just click here.


Digital Health Technology Show 2019

12th-13th March 2019, ExCel, London

Virtual reality and its applications in healthcare will also be a major talking point at next year’s Digital Health Technology Show.

From case studies about how VR and robotics are being deployed to improve patient care to presentations on the increasing impact of emerging technologies in general, this show promises a wealth of insights into healthcare innovation.

For more information on this digital health technology show just click here.


The future of virtual reality in healthcare

Already assisting with skills training, diagnostics, surgery simulation, phobia treatment and robotic surgery, VR is proving to be truly transformative in the medical sector.

To find out more about current VR applications in healthcare just click here.

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