We are a leading provider of virtual reality solutions for healthcare training.
We aim to enhance patient care and patient safety by using innovative educational methods.
Founded in Hull, in 2007, we started life as a joint research project with The University of Hull and East Yorkshire Hospital Trust.
Vertual’s state-of-the-art training system, VERT, is used to train radiographers and physicists in universities and teaching hospitals in more than 30 countries across the world. Our international community of users are making an impact across the globe
We’re proud to be part of Hull’s thriving tech community and have recently relocated to join the ever-growing digital community @The Dock tech campus in the city’s vibrant fruit market.
We continue to grow, and plan to continue developing further compelling image-intensive training products for healthcare professionals throughout the world.
Our team is passionate about virtual reality healthcare training and how it impacts educators, students, and patients’ lives.
Our leadership team are recognised healthcare leaders, with an entrepreneurial spirit and a drive to succeed.
Our commercial and development teams are experts at what they do. Part of our teamwork from our head office in Hull. Our commercial team regularly travel to conferences, events, and customer sites across the world.
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“With its 3D visualization tools and advanced simulation capabilities, the VERT system effectively facilitates students’ understanding of “the complexities of radiation therapy.”
“VERT is used in the Access to Care (A2C) Cape Town radiotherapy training programme to supplement practical radiotherapy training across low to middle income countries and increasing the skills of radiotherapy professionals”
"We are honoured to be one of Vertual’s reference site which allows us to undertake testing of new software releases and provide user input.”
"Not only is VERT am amazing tool for radiation therapy student education, it has elevated our interprofessional learning experiences for other health profession students, changing the way they think about radiation. Clinically, it has transformed the way we share the practice of radiation therapy to our patients, their families and the community, alleviating some of the fear and unknown of radiation treatment."
The incorporation of VERT as a teaching tool is invaluable, as it provides an opportunity for QUT students to undertake practical classes to consolidate academic knowledge and provides practical application of theory. This is able to be achieved in a safe learning environment without clinical pressures, enabling students to build skills in preparation for clinical placement and meet the standards for professional registration upon graduating from the University.