experiential educationdesigned to lower anxiety and the need for sedation
The Reimagine Well “Experiential Education” Programs are intended to serve as a solution for two clinical challenges.
NOTE: VR headsets are not required. With both programs clinical staff and/or family can participate in the experience via the monitor. This monitor is also provided for patients who are uncomfortable with VR headsets.
1. Sedation Reduction Program for Radiation and MRI
These gamified “experiential education” programs are designed with the goal of lowering the need for sedation and increasing facility throughput by providing real-time 3D Xbox style educational adventures for patient acclimation
The images and video are from the Nebraska Medicine pediatric center program
- Radiation and MRI rooms are precise replicas of the clinical spaces
- Proof of concept pilot reduced median age of sedation to 3.5 years (details available on request)
2. Distraction Therapy for Procedures
In procedure rooms patients are empowered to select from 360 VR experiences for utilization as distraction therapy
if a large monitor is available, all systems integrate to deliver a new type of participatory, community VR
Distraction Therapy for Procedures
cinematic videos created for patients’ in response to the question, “Where would you like to heal? ”
clinicians guide the experience on the monitor and family members are included as well