This medicexchange.com article reports all trainee radiographers in England will learn how to treat cancer using Virtual Environment Radiotherapy Training (VERT), a pioneering development by the University of Hull and the Princess Royal Hospital. From the article: "NRAG highlight VERT as a quick solution to increasing clinical training capacity. NRAG also believe VERT will reduce pressure on hospital radiotherapy departments and improve the training experience, thereby reducing trainee attrition rates and increasing the number of radiotherapy staff.
This First Coast News article reports a part of the training given federal agents and police officers at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center now includes a state of the art simulation lab worth more than five million dollars. From the article: "The lab is made up of more than 40,000 square feet of ground breaking equipment.
A part of that equipment is a driving simulator. Twenty eight virtual reality cars are set up in the lab.