Our podcast explores how immersive technology is used in healthcare, focusing primarily on psychiatry. We speak to the companies and people behind medical XR experiences and professional researchers examining the use of this technology for patient care. We also discuss how treatment options will vary as the technology progresses and XR becomes more widely embraced by the healthcare community. Psychiatry XR's three hosts provide distinct perspectives of extended reality and the impact technology has on the healthcare ecosystem: Kim Bullock, M.D. is a practicing clinician in Behavioral Neurology, Neuropsychiatry, and Lifestyle Medicine. She is also a Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Stanford University School of Medicine. She is the Founder and Director of Stanford's Neurobehavioral Clinic and Virtual Reality & Immersive Technologies (VRIT) program and laboratory. She is also a leader and pioneer in telehealth services using XR. She's publ... more
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Maheen Mausoof Adamson discusses her varied career, how she first got involved in using virtual reality to diagnose and treat traumatic brain injury in Veteran patients, and key leadership skills to push the field of behavioral health forward. more
Alexandre Dussaud, clinician psychologist working at C2Care, joins Kim Bullock, Jessica Hagen, and Faaizah Arshad to discuss C2Care's VR-based offerings, available environments that address body dysmorphia, the process of working with patients and ph... more
Kim Bullock, Jessica Hagen, and Faaizah Arshad chat with Brandon Birckhead, psychiatry resident physician at Johns Hopkins Medicine, about his trajectory into psychiatry, interdisciplinary collaboration among XR stakeholders, and his hope for overcom... more
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Psychiatry XR launched a year ago and published 19 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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