Julie Bernard, Global Medical Education and Content Development Director for Orthopedics Division at Smith & Nephew (FR) – Ep 4/4

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Revinsight #20 – March 14th, 2024

Guest: Julie Bernard
, Global Medical Education and Content Development Director for Orthopedics Division at Smith & Nephew (FR)

Maxime Ros:
“Today, I’m delighted to receive Julie Bernard. Julie is Global Medical Education and Content Development Director for Orthopedics Division at Smith & Nephew.

Hey Julie, what will VR 2030 look like? “

Julie Bernard:
“For me, there are two trends and the evolution of technologies is critical.

First, mixed reality because VR is proven to be an effective educational tool. But if we can add and interact with virtually images on top of the real world and guide, for example, healthcare professionals in their procedures, it would be even more powerful.

And second, I strongly believe that technology evolution will also improve haptic feedbacks to be closer to the reality.

And I think the ultimate goal of such technology would be to replace on the long term traditional simulation methods that requires, for example, bone and human models or even cadaveric specimens.“

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