One way of creating and sharing authentic health education scenarios that the #Mesh360 team have been exploring is using the interactive 360 video App development tool WondaVR
I’m sure your WondaVR ‘Apps’ will be much better than my first attempt!
The ability to share WondaVR content via a deep link or QR Code makes it a much more viable option than it was in 2016 where content sharing was a much more manual package sync.
All good ideas start as sketches on bar napkins – this one comes courteously of a discussion with @aiello_stephen brainstorming how to create an Interdisciplinary Health HUB – a showcase of what each of the 7 health disciplines do at AUT. We thought a custom install of WordPress would enable us to develop the HUB as a shared repository of resources from each of the 7 disciplines and linking to online scenarios such as the VR scenarios developed by Paramedicine, Physio and Nursing so far:
Below is the initial brainstorm diagram – I’ll leave it to @stephenaiello to interpret his writing 🙂
Here is my take on how nursing could work in our interprofessional scenario. Thoughts everyone.
It would be nice to not need the patient and parent appearing individually in all places and somehow showing flow.
With reflection, I am thinking that we need to include group and individual reflection. What tools do Physio and Paramedicine use @toddstretton @drivercook @stephenaiello?
360 video of the #mesh360 team exploring mobile VR to facilitate authentic interdisciplinary health team handover scenarios @toddstretton @stephenaiello @drivercook @thomcochrane @vickelnarayan @srgurr