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Research: Stanford Chariot Program

By June 19, 2019Research
Stanford Chariot Program
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Research qeustion: Childhood Anxiety Reduction through Innovation and Technology
Institute: The CHARIOT Program at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford
Researchers: Samuel Rodriguez (MD), Thomas Curaso (MD, MEd), Stephanie Chao (MD), Ellen Wang (MD), Laura Simons (PhD), Linda Anh Nguyen (MD), Ana Vanessa Wren (PhD), Christine Be (MS, CCLS), Molly Pearson (CCLS), Veronica Tuss (MS, CCLS)
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The CHARIOT team at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford knows that undergoing surgery, anaesthesia and procedures can be especially stressful for children. The goal of the program is to implement new technologies in the hospital that are nontraditional yet familiar to children in an effort to engage and distract them during these times. The focus is on taking existing technologies and creating new ones to address the unique needs of individual patients.

The Stanford environment offers a unique opportunity to create a team of physicians, engineers, researchers and child life professionals. The team is currently piloting virtual reality experiences such as swimming with Wild Dolphins, new tablet-based apps and interactive bedside projector-based games.

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