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Using either virtual reality headsets or standard computers learners can care for unwell virtual patients, work with their colleagues and engage with the interdisciplinary team just like in real life. 

With artificial intelligence-driven patients, leading-edge animation, adaptive conversation and dynamic physiology, scenarios look and feel real. Personalized feedback, performance metrics and a guided debrief then help to improve performance over time.

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Oxford Medical Simulation is the program we use to teach our students to practice in a safe invironment without puting our patients at risk.