will be discussing the latest advances in immersive healthcare and how they are improving lives around the world. Rebecca Gill
From reducing recovery time in rehabilitation to supporting children with chemotherapy, immersive technology is transforming healthcare. Virtual Reality (VR) is changing pain management and offering an alternative to addictive pain-killers.
Rebecca Gill is the founder of VR Therapies, a social enterprise based in Northampton.
Rebecca's goal is to bring VR Therapies to those who would benefit most but who are least likely to access them.
She is a multiple award-winner for her work and has given talks at national and international events including a UN accessibility summit. She has also delivered versions of this session at Early Bird and Evening Owl events in association with Digital Northampton.