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Friday, March 27 • 08:00 - 17:00
[VIRTUAL] Evaluating the Use of Mixed Reality to Teach Respiratory Anatomy

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PURPOSE
To determine the feasibility and applicability of using mixed reality (MR) in medical anatomy instruction.
METHODS
First-year medical students were randomized into two groups: experimental group (learning activity with Microsoft HoloLens) and control group (learning activity with human cadavers and microscopes).
RESULTS
Both groups scored higher on post-activity assessment; there was no significant difference between groups. Compared to control group, experimental group had higher post-activity perceived histology understanding and rated the teaching method higher.
CONCLUSION
This study suggests teaching anatomy with MR is comparable to traditional methods of instruction and has potential to promote engagement and perceived understanding.

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avatar for Dr. Bonnie Brenseke, Chair of Biomedical Pathology

Dr. Bonnie Brenseke, Chair of Biomedical Pathology

Associate Professor of Pathology, Campbell University



Friday March 27, 2020 08:00 - 17:00 EDT
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