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PolyU develops the first multi-bed virtual hospital system to train students to multi-task in a limited time

2022-08-15T01:10:02.603Z

In order to enable nursing students to study without being affected by the epidemic, PolyU launched a virtual hospital earlier this year for students to practice what they have learned. Unlike most existing virtual teaching systems, PolyU's virtual hospital is the first in Hong Kong.



In order to enable nursing students to study without being affected by the epidemic, PolyU launched a virtual hospital earlier this year for students to practice what they have learned.

Different from most of the current virtual teaching systems, PolyU's virtual hospital is the first system in Hong Kong that can simulate the changing and complex environment of a hospital ward. Some students say that the system can give immediate feedback and relive what they have learned more than an internship.


PolyU launched the Virtual Hospital earlier this year, the first virtual learning system in Hong Kong that does not require one bed, one patient.

The system simulates the complex and changeable environment of the ward (Photo provided by PolyU)

PolyU launched the Virtual Hospital earlier this year, the first virtual learning system in Hong Kong that does not require one bed, one patient.

The system simulates the complex and changing environment of the ward, such as taking care of multiple patients at the same time, communicating with patients, and emergencies.

The system can train students to deal with a number of different nursing tasks within a limited time. In addition, there are multiple-choice questions after each nursing task, so that students can immediately think about whether the clinical judgment and decision are correct.

Immediate feedback helps nursing students learn

Zheng Ziyong, a nursing student who is entering her senior year, believes that the multiple-choice questions in the virtual hospital can guide students to think after the nursing task is completed, because the multiple-choice questions can immediately know whether they answer correctly. Feedback is only given after the process is complete, but sometimes the wrong steps have been forgotten, and the multiple-choice questions of the virtual system can immediately know whether they answered correctly or not, which deepens the impression.

In addition, the virtual hospital also has a recording function for students to practice communicating with patients.

The system can train students to deal with a number of different nursing tasks within a limited time. In addition, there are multiple-choice questions after each nursing task, so that students can immediately think about whether the clinical judgment and decision they have just made are correct.

(Photo by Deng Yushi)

The team develops virtual reality games

Chen Yuyi, a senior full-time tutor at the School of Nursing of the Polytechnic University, pointed out that the current virtual hospital learning system is linked to some disciplines, and it is hoped that all students can use it before their internship.

At present, the school has 10 sets of VR equipment, and it is hoped that it will be open for students to make an appointment in the future.

In addition, Lei Yihua, an associate professor at the School of Nursing of the Polytechnic University, said that he looked forward to developing virtual reality games in cooperation with other majors, such as physical therapy, social work, and radiotherapy, in the future. beneficial.

Lei Yihua, an associate professor at the School of Nursing, PolyU, said that he looked forward to developing virtual reality games in collaboration with other majors, such as physiotherapists, social workers, and radiation therapists (Photo provided by PolyU)

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