Virtual Reality in Kidney Care Education and Training: Report

Why VR is a Learning Machine in Healthcare: Report

Why VR is a Learning Machine: Addiction and Rehabilitation

Why VR is a Learning Machine: Communication and Empathy

Why VR is a Learning Machine: Wellness and Resilience

Why Virtual Reality is a Learning Machine in Healthcare

Welcoming Our Scientific Advisory Board

Three Years at IKONA

Reinventing Healthcare Using Augmented Reality

Using VR For Leadership Training in Healthcare

IKONA Awarded Patent For AR-Based Pill Planner

Using Augmented Reality To Train Kidney Care Professionals

Why VR Enhances Communication Around Community Diversity

Using Immersive Technology To Educate Home Dialysis Patients

Why Shared Experiences Matter in Kidney Care

VR for Mental Health, Wellness and Resilience

Using Immersive Technologies to Recruit, Onboard, and Train Direct Care Staff

Using Immersive Technology To Train Frontline Kidney Care Staff

VR Will Help Us Educate Children and Seniors About Their Health

The Promise of Virtual Reality in Healthcare: A 5-Part Series

The Promise of Virtual Reality in Healthcare: Part Five

The Promise of Virtual Reality in Healthcare: Part Four

The Promise of Virtual Reality in Healthcare:  Part Three

Why VR Enhances Home Health Simulation Training

The Promise of Virtual Reality in Healthcare: Part Two

The Promise of Virtual Reality in Healthcare: Part One

VR & Empathy Building in Senior Care

Why VR Provides An Ideal Tool For Kidney Care Education

VR & Empathy Building in Healthcare

The SOAP Note

Why Nurses Need VR

The Future of Nurse Practitioner Training?

Training For Retention in Senior Care

VR For Addiction Rehabilitation

VR in Senior Care, Part IV: Ongoing Training

The Home Care Workforce Needs VR Training

VR in Senior Care, Part III: Onboarding

VR & Effective Communication in Healthcare

VR in Senior Care, Part II: Recruiting

Reducing The Negative Impact of Stress on Patient Education

VR in Senior Care, Part I: A Brain Science Perspective

[Webcast] Brain Science of Satisfaction

How VR Training Supports Safer  Aging

Starting with "why"

The Brain Science of  Satisfaction

Ready for what's next?

Now you will be.

At the end of the day, your healthcare journey begins and ends with you. Using virtual reality to improve education and training in healthcare has limitless potential to impact the lives of everyone you meet along the way.

Remember, evidence shows VR:

  • Improves satisfaction
  • Decreases anxiety
  • Improves learning
  • Improves retention
  • Increases actionable empathy
  • Outperforms classroom-based learning
  • Is the medium preferred by learners

The benefits of VR have never been more accessible.

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