Immersive virtual reality (VR) training increases the self-efficacy of in-hospital healthcare providers and patient families regarding tracheostomy-related knowledge and care skills A prospective pre-post study

Dung Hung Chiang, Chia Chang Huang, Shu Chuan Cheng, Jui Chun Cheng, Cheng Hsien Wu, Shiau Shian Huang, Ying Ying Yang*, Ling Yu Yang, Shou Yen Kao, Chen Huan Chen, Boaz Shulruf, Fa Yauh Lee

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Nursing and Health Professions

Medicine and Dentistry

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