Daniel Sapkaroski

Daniel Sapkaroski
Monash University (Australia) · Department of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences

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Introduction: The use of immersive virtual reality simulated learning environments (VR SLEs) for improving clinical communication can offer desirable qualities including repetition and determinism in a safe environment. The aim of this study was to establish whether the mode of delivery, VR SLE versus clinical role-play, could have a measurable ef...
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Introduction: Simulated learning environments (SLEs) are commonly utilised by educational institutions. The aim of this study was to assess if students perceptions varied relating to the effectiveness of either a virtual reality (VR) simulation or traditional clinical role-play scenario in developing radiographic hand positioning skills. Methods:...
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Introduction: Immersive virtual reality (VR) simulation environments facilitate novel ways for users to visualize anatomy and quantify performance relative to expert users. The ability of software to provide positional feedback before a practitioner progresses with subsequent stages of examinations has broad implications for primary and allied hea...
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Figure A1. A flow diagram describing the steps undertaken for the development and implementation of the CETSOL VR SLE and corresponding research process. Figure A2. (A) Expert hand x‐ray image for PA projection of the left hand (2016 cohort study), (B) real‐world x‐ray for left hand PA projection (Knipe and Shetty, 2017), reproduced with permissio...
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Appendix S1. List of features incorporated into the CETSOL VR Clinic software.
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Introduction An immersive virtual reality (VR) simulation clinic with dynamic patient interaction and communication was developed to facilitate the training of medical radiation science students. The software “CETSOL VR Clinic” was integrated into the Medical Imaging programme at Monash University in 2016 in order to benchmark student experiences a...
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Stereotactic body radiotherapy (SBRT) is a high precision radiotherapy technique used for the treatment of small to moderate extra-cranial tumours. Early studies utilising SBRT have shown favourable outcomes. However, major disadvantages of static field SBRT include long treatment times and toxicity complications. Volumetric modulated arc therapy (...

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