During simulation training, emergency situations, rare scenarios and routine measures are being practised. Since the training is not conducted on the patient, staff and teams from nursing and medicine are optimally prepared for everyday life – and patient safety is increased at the same time.
The need for simulation training continues to grow due to increased emergency situations and ever-changing teams. However, the construction and expansion of simulation centres is very resource-intensive; due to the pandemic, there are currently additional restrictions on implementation.
New technologies make it possible to conduct team simulation training in virtual reality (VR) in a way that is resource-efficient and independent of time and place.