Healthcare professionals are well aware of the importance of hand hygiene – and this is part of their training,” said Professor Didier Pittet, Director, Infection Prevention and Control Program at the University of Geneva Hospitals and Faculty of Medicine Geneva, Switzerland. “The exciting thing about this innovative training in virtual reality is that it allows professionals to test their knowledge in a safe simulation of a patient environment and to receive direct feedback – and to learn from mistakes.”
“Tork VR Clean Hands Training and Education” is a free application available on Google and Apple to help medical professionnel to better clean hands. This application is financed by Essity, a swidish hygiene products provider.
Source: Tork offers virtual reality hand hygiene training – FMJ