Imperial College London

MrDavidTaylor

Faculty of MedicineDepartment of Surgery & Cancer

Programme Lead, Virtual Worlds and Medical Media
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)7906 160 620david.taylor Website

 
 
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Location

 

Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother Wing (QEQM)St Mary's Campus

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Summary

 

Summary

Medical Media and Design Laboratory

I am the Programme Lead for Virtual Worlds and Medical Media, working to extend the applications of new media to many areas of healthcare research. With skills in virtual worlds, mHealth, application software ('app') development, serious games, human interface design, project management and a commercial background in product development and marketing.

See the Virtual Worlds pages for information on our Major Incident Virtual Patients and other 'Serious Games' projects and this Centre for Patient Safety and Service Quality page for details of our pre-operative planning clinical dashboard project. 

LinkedIn Profile           Personal blog          iPhone Application: Wellnote by Dr Darzi                                   

Email: david.taylor@imperial.ac.uk 

Publications

Journals

Kulendran M, Taylor M, Taylor D, et al., 2014, 3D Simulation of a Hospital Environment and Ward Round to Augment a Summer School Program for Pre-Medical Students., Stud Health Technol Inform, Vol:196, ISSN:0926-9630, Pages:209-214

Taylor M, Taylor D, Kulendran M, et al., 2013, Virtual worlds as a tool to facilitate weight management for young people., J Virtual Worlds Res, Vol:6, ISSN:1941-8477

Cohen D, Sevdalis N, Patel V, et al., 2013, Tactical and operational response to major incidents: Feasibility and reliability of skills assessment using novel virtual environments, Resuscitation, Vol:84, ISSN:0300-9572, Pages:992-998

Cohen D, Sevdalis N, Taylor D, et al., 2013, Emergency preparedness in the 21st century: Training and preparation modules in virtual environments, Resuscitation, Vol:84, ISSN:0300-9572, Pages:78-84

Taylor D, Patel V, Lee H, et al., 2012, Virtual Worlds are an Innovative Tool for Medical Device Training in a Simulated Environment, Studies in Health Technologies and Informatics, Vol:173: Medicine Meets Virtual Reality 19, Pages:338-343

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