Developing Virtual Simulations to Support Retention of Skills in Essential Newborn Care

This presentation highlights the approaches to developing scenario-based virtual simulations including level design and flow, responding to the needs of novice users and gamification. We will use as a case study, vENC, a virtual simulation supporting the retention of health professional skills in essential newborn care


Dec 10 2023


5:30 pm - 6:00 pm




Keynote Auditorium


  • Matt Cook
    Matt Cook

    Mr Cook is a Research Engineer at the University of Washington and lead developer for the virtual ENC project.

  • Rachel Umoren (Poster Booth #19)
    Rachel Umoren (Poster Booth #19)

    Dr. Rachel Umoren is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Adjunct Associate Professor of Healthcare Simulation Science and Global Health at the University of Washington. Her research focuses on innovative uses of technology to improve the quality of newborn care.

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