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Virtual Reality Training

Train effectively. Train often. Save more lives.

ACLS Refresher Training

Learn more about our brand new VR app for Advanced cardiac life support.

Fire in The OR™

See how virtual surgical fire training can improve fire management.

Provide Scalable, Cost-Effective Training

Virtual reality simulation training allows you to deliver consistent, memorable, on-demand training experiences across your entire organization with less overhead.

Improve Patient Safety

84% of learners are better prepared1. Deliver clinically accurate, interactive experiences that improve clinical decision-making, performance and communication skills – and reduce errors.

Scale Experience

250% improvement in learner performance1. Quickly deploy hands-on learning to large learner populations across a hospital network.

Lower Your Costs

Reduce costs by as much as 50%2. Mitigate expensive incidents and reduce liability costs with a solution that’s more affordable than high-fidelity simulation training.

Engage Your Learners

85% of learners prefer VR to other training3. Provide interactive, repeatable training that learners truly enjoy and remember.

  • 1 Seymour, Neal E., Anthony G. Gallagher, Sanziana A. Roman, Michael K. O’Brien, Vipin K. Bansal, Dana K. Andersen, and Richard M. Satava. “Virtual Reality Training Improves Operating Room Performance.” Annals of Surgery. October 2002. Accessed October 03, 2018. www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1422600
  • 2 This data comes from user participants who responded to the Health Scholars’ Fire in the OR VR simulation user survey (n=34). The survey was completed during beta testing of Health Scholars’ Fire in the OR VR Simulation at three major health care organizations in the United States in 2018.
  • 3 Data from UC Health user trial of Health Scholars Fire in The OR™, October 2018. n = 44

Combat Skills Decay with ACLS Virtual Reality Simulation™

Our newest VR application, ACLS Virtual Reality Simulation, is designed in accordance with AHA guidelines to complement AHA’s HeartCode® training. It instructs participants and validates the competencies needed to diagnose and resuscitate adults with cardiopulmonary arrest and other common cardiac emergencies.

Exclusive Partnerships

  • Fire in The OR™ training now qualifies for a COPIC point.

  • We’re Teaming Up with Russell Phillips & Associates (RPA) to provide the most innovative, blended surgical fire curriculum available.



 The advantages of virtual environments over other immersive learning techniques (including convenience, scalability, and distributability) are undeniable.

- Jeffrey M. Taekman, MD