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Abstract accepted to NI2020!!

An abstract on the VRinMind study has been accepted to the 13th International Congress on Nursing Informatics (NI2020) taking place in Brisbane, Australia in July 2020. Dr Siobhan O’Connor will go to present the poster “Virtual Reality based Mindfulness application to improve pain management (VRinMind): A Feasibility Study Protocol” on behalf of the team and use the conference to network and build up more collaborations with people interesting in using virtual reality to enhance mindfulness practice for pain management.

NI 2020 is the official conference of the International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA) nursing informatics special interest group.This forum will enable the team to share the VRinMind study with global leaders in nursing informatics so they can learn about this latest development in digital health. The conference will also be a useful way for the research team to consider new emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence; robotics; and chatbots and how these might be used to build on their current work.


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