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Bridging the gap from research to clinical practice: an educational strategy

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3 Author(s)
Cardenas-Lopez, Georgina ; Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Av, Universidad # 3004 Col. Copilco-Universidad C. P. 04510 Del.Coyoacán México, D.F., Phone 55-56222292 e-mail: mgcl@servidor.unam.mx ; Sandra, Munoz ; Carmen, Ramos

This paper describes a project that is being carried out by the Virtual Teaching Laboratory of the Faculty of Psychology in collaboration with the IXTLI Virtual Reality Visualization Observatory of the National Autonomous University of Mexico, with the objective of providing and evaluating educational sessions, aimed to university students in the mental health area in order to teach: patient symptoms, use of virtual reality technologies for agoraphobia exposure treatment, advantages and disadvantages of this innovative therapeutic modality. Initial outcomes from evaluation include pre and post-assessment of learning, estimation of presence and reality judgment, and the student satisfaction related to the use of virtual reality technologies for educational goals.

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Virtual Rehabilitation, 2007

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27-29 Sept. 2007

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