Still considering how virtual reality can fit into your existing EMS or nursing training curriculum? VR is not meant to replace humans, but rather to complement existing curriculum. In VR, you can take any student, put them in virtual reality simulation, and have them practice the skill repeatedly before coming to class or applying the skill on a real patient. The simulation of virtual reality causes actual responses, like increased heart rate, and mimics the emergency nature of a real life situation. This increases knowledge retention and allows student practitioners to practice skills without life threatening consequences. VR simulation also allows current practitioners to experience a low occurrence, high-acuity clinical case so they are prepared for any possible EMS scenario. Available online or in fully immersive virtual reality using a headset, VRpatients is real life training without real life consequences.