VRHealthLeaders Final Conference

The VRHealthLeaders Final Conference, will take place on Friday 31st March 2023, and is a completely free event that will provide attendees with all the skills they need to teach and understand healthcare leadership using virtual reality technology. The conference will be held in Athens, Greece and the main aim of the conference is to provide stakeholders with a demonstration of our virtual reality inspired leadership toolkit. 

VRHealthLeaders uses virtual reality to increase the leadership capabilities of future healthcare managers and policy makers using public health crises as the key theme of the training programme. Leadership education within healthcare is vital to healthcare systems. Health professionals are dealing with constant changes to both the systems they work in and the patients they serve. Equipping the health workforce with the skills to deal with this change is of pressing importance for educators, researchers, and policy makers. 

For detailed information about VRHealthLeaders please visit:

Registration is now open for a selected group of national stakeholders from Greece and INHWE members across the EU.

Please register here:

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The programme will consist of the project consortium along with local and international speakers:

Welcome Address
INHWE, Cyprus
Background to VRHealthLeaders
INHWE, Cyprus
Our 6 Leadership Scenarios
INHWE, Cyprus
UoV, Spain
UoA, Greece
Prolepsis, Greece 
Coffee Break
Toolkit and Demonstration
MECB, Malta
Silversky, Cyprus
What does this project offer you? 
INHWE, Cyprus


Roundtable: Future Leadership Skills for the Health Workforce
INHWE, Cyprus
Networking Lunch
13:00 Meeting Ends  



Our event will take place in the Athenia Room of the Elia Ermou Athens Hotel (Ermou 15-17, Athina 105 63):



This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This webpage reflects the views only of the VRHL partnership, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

Erasmus+ Project No. 2020-1-CY01-KA226-HE-082726