Published on in Vol 5, No 1 (2019): Jan-Jun

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/11921, first published .
Use of Smartphone-Based Head-Mounted Display Devices to View a Three-Dimensional Dissection Model in a Virtual Reality Environment: Pilot Questionnaire Study

Use of Smartphone-Based Head-Mounted Display Devices to View a Three-Dimensional Dissection Model in a Virtual Reality Environment: Pilot Questionnaire Study

Use of Smartphone-Based Head-Mounted Display Devices to View a Three-Dimensional Dissection Model in a Virtual Reality Environment: Pilot Questionnaire Study

Journals

  1. Yan C, Wu T, Huang K, He J, Liu H, Hong Y, Wang B. The Application of Virtual Reality in Cervical Spinal Surgery: A Review. World Neurosurgery 2021;145:108 View
  2. Bork F, Lehner A, Eck U, Navab N, Waschke J, Kugelmann D. The Effectiveness of Collaborative Augmented Reality in Gross Anatomy Teaching: A Quantitative and Qualitative Pilot Study. Anatomical Sciences Education 2021;14(5):590 View
  3. Salvatore S, Vadalà G, Oggiano L, Russo F, Ambrosio L, Costici P. Virtual Reality in Preoperative Planning of Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis Surgery Using Google Cardboard. Neurospine 2021;18(1):199 View
  4. Pedram S, Kennedy G, Sanzone S. Toward the validation of VR-HMDs for medical education: a systematic literature review. Virtual Reality 2023;27(3):2255 View
  5. Lloyd J, Akhtar S, Balaji P. Identifying the barriers faced by medical students using virtual reality simulation. Discover Education 2023;2(1) View
  6. Pedram S, Kennedy G, Sanzone S. Assessing the validity of VR as a training tool for medical students. Virtual Reality 2024;28(1) View
  7. Guruswamy J, Chhina A, Mitchell J, Shah S, Uribe-Marquez S. Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality in Anesthesiology Education. International Anesthesiology Clinics 2024;62(3):64 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Tan S. Learning Intelligence: Innovative and Digital Transformative Learning Strategies. View