VIDEO-SUPPORTED SIMULATION FOR INTERACTIONS IN THE OPERATING THEATRE

ViSIOT TRAINING BUILDS ON OBSERVATIONAL VIDEO TRAINING.

We spent six months observing and video recording teamwork in the operating theatres of a London teaching hospital. In our research and training, we use social scientific approaches to address team interactions at a more detailed level than is usually done. 

OUR RESEARCH IN THE NEWS

Managing distractions, including music played during surgery, is one part of ViSIOT™ training.

ViSIOT TRAINING TARGETS REAL ISSUES IN THE OPERATING THEATRE

We use simulation and video-supported debriefing to facilitate new communication strategies. Here an operating team discusses the WHO Surgical Safety Checklist.

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BACKGROUND MUSIC IN

OPERATING THEATRES NOT VERY BENEFICIAL, WARN EXPERTS

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