September 22, 2010

Play games, boost health care skills

Posted: Sep 22, 2010 | 2 min 42 sec

Can surgeons use video games to improve their skills? At the Human Machine Symbiosis Lab researchers create multimedia tools like a stimulation surgery game to help improve the health care industry. Assistant Professor Kanav Kahol and his fellow researchers work with community partners to design gaming technology to benefit both health care professionals and their patients.

This video was created by Laura Palmisano, communications assistant, in the Office of Knowledge Enterprise Development. 

 

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