We train today's healthcare professionals with tomorrow's virtual technology
WE ARE A MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEAM MOTIVATED BY A SINGLE MISSION: TO TRANSFORM THE WORLD OF TRAINING IN THE HEALTHCARE ENVIRONMENT.
The Learning-by-doing principle:
THE MOST EFFICIENT WAY TO LEARN
The “learning by doing” methodology applied in the Kauka virtual environment facilitates and streamlines student learning, but that is not all. Virtual reality training is 83% less expensive and 50% faster than traditional face-to-face simulation.
Several studies have shown that the “learning by doing” principle applied to virtual reality:
Kauka: Your Virtual Reality Partner
Training your medical and/or health support teams with Kauka knowledge modules and virtual reality visors will allow you to:
Practice procedures by making errors without consequences (for example, if when operating on a corpse an incision is made incorrectly, it can be started again without a problem).
Carry out the training autonomously without the need for the presence of an expert in order to carry out the practice.
Carry out the training virtually (not in person), accelerating the learning time since there is no need to prepare corpse, material, wait for rooms to be available, etc.
Carry out the training as many times as necessary until the student feels prepared, thus increasing the student’s confidence.
Not dependent on medical resources (anatomical parts of human or animal corpses, surgical instruments, operating rooms).
Conduct collaborative, multi-user experiences, from anywhere, with different people (much like in video games).
The quality of your learning will significantly improve.
Your students will achieve higher levels of concentration and retention, increasing their confidence as healthcare professionals.
You will reduce all costs and save time in medical training and training management.
You will have increased efficiency in your clients’ clinical procedures.
With our remote collaboration multi-user experiences, you will train not only in the procedures, themselves, but also in teamwork, complementarity, etc., by allowing the team to connect from anywhere in the world to practice together in the same virtual environment.
It will increase patient safety.