Nurses benefit from virtual training offered by Second Life

04/13/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The

More medical schools and hospitals are turning to virtual simulation, offered by the online community Second Life, to train nurses in responding to emergency situations. Aside from emergency drills, Second Life can be used to train nurses in treating patients exhibiting specific symptoms, as well as in conducting patient interviews and consulting with colleagues.

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