Presenting Research Poster at Stanford's Innovations in Psychiatry & Behavior Health: VR and Behavior Change

Durnell's research poster presentation is on "Viewing a Crisis In VR:  A Different Approach to Behavioral Change."   This symposium will include discussions of virtual and augmented reality innovations and resources that are most likely to change the field including, but not limited to: emerging therapies and devices, impactful combinations of existing treatments with virtual reality, and models for how clinicians may collaborate on these innovations with computer scientists and engineers.  Notably, teaching techniques at the symposium will include speakers, posters, and an innovation lab, in which attendees will present solutions to challenges and engage in experiential learning to improve upon ideas in real-time through expert feedback and interaction. 

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