Virtual Reality and Live Simulation A Comparison Between Two Simulation Tools for Assessing Mass Casualty Triage Skills

Ingrassia, P., Ragazzoni, L., Carenzo, L., et al. (2015). Virtual Reality and Live Simulation: A Comparison Between Two Simulation Tools for Assessing Mass Casualty Triage Skills. European Journal of Emergency Medicine. 22(2): 121-127.
The authors compared accuracy and efficiency of triage by fourth-year medical students using the START method with virtual reality or live simulation of a mass casualty incident. They found no difference in accuracy or speed of triage between the two tools.
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