Published on in Vol 25 (2023)

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/39989, first published .
The Effects of Immersive Virtual Reality Applications on Enhancing the Learning Outcomes of Undergraduate Health Care Students: Systematic Review With Meta-synthesis

The Effects of Immersive Virtual Reality Applications on Enhancing the Learning Outcomes of Undergraduate Health Care Students: Systematic Review With Meta-synthesis

The Effects of Immersive Virtual Reality Applications on Enhancing the Learning Outcomes of Undergraduate Health Care Students: Systematic Review With Meta-synthesis

Journals

  1. Huang Y, Ho K, Christensen M, Wong D, Wang S, Su J, Zhao I, Kor P, Liu J, Cheung J, Leung A, Cheung D. Virtual reality‐based simulation intervention for enhancing the empathy of informal caregivers of people with dementia: A mixed‐methods systematic review. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing 2024;33(2):241 View
  2. Basdekidou C, Styliadis A, Argyriadis A, Dimen L. Use of geometry and featural cues in landmark configurations to reorient DCD children to the VR space: A route-learning study. Revista de Investigación e Innovación en Ciencias de la Salud 2023:press View
  3. García-Acosta J, Castro-Molina F, Delgado N, Díez-Fernández O, Rodríguez-Novo N, de Castro-Peraza M, Lorenzo-Rocha N, Torres-Jorge J, Fernández-Martínez A, Castellano-Fuenmayor M. Virtual Reality and Simulation Videos as Effective Training Tools for Creating Safe and Inclusive Environments for Transgender People. Nursing Reports 2023;14(1):42 View
  4. Garcia L, Robitaille A, Bouchard S, Rivard M, McCleary L. The usability of virtual reality to train individuals in responding to behaviors related to dementia. Frontiers in Dementia 2024;2 View
  5. Liu J, Mak P, Chan K, Cheung D, Cheung K, Fong K, Kor P, Lai T, Maximo T. The Effects of Immersive Virtual Reality–Assisted Experiential Learning on Enhancing Empathy in Undergraduate Health Care Students Toward Older Adults With Cognitive Impairment: Multiple-Methods Study. JMIR Medical Education 2024;10:e48566 View