Blood donation VR

Blood donation VR

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  • Yes, I would like to donate blood.
  • No, I do not want to donate blood.
  • Agree to donating blood - 1
  • Agree to donating blood - 2
  • At the start of the virtual stimulation, the participant is 'taken' to this scene. They would have to select one of the doors, by walking into the room, in order to proceed to the next scene.
  • Agree to donate blood - 3
  • After walking into the door that corresponds to the participants choice (agreeing to donate blood), they would be brought to a room with a nurse and the necessary equipments to donate blood. They would have to answer questions such as their recent illnesses and medication, which will determine their eligibility to donate blood.
  • Do not agree to donate - 1
  • What are your reasons to not donate blood? Please choose one of the bubbles that is closest to what you feel.
  • 1. There is enough blood (even for my blood type)  to go around for all that needs it. 
  • Participant would go through the whole process of donating blood and will experience all discomfort and sensations that one will have while donating blood, through both the virtual and pain stimulation. The nurse will tie a tourniquet (a simple rubber band) around the upper arm, close to the elbow. Before inserting the needle, the nurse will hit the donor's arm lightly repeatedly to locate the vein in the arm.
  • Do not agree to donate - 2
  • Should participates choose options 2 or 3, they would go through the virtual stimulation for blood donation ( See above cells with titles: Agree to donate blood ) Option 3 would have an additional note that will state the estimated time it takes for donors to donate blood, as it the virtual stimulation would shorten the process.
  • After donating blood, donors will be directed to a space with food and drinks for them to rest and to make sure that no further complications arise. This will end the stimulation.
  • Participants would be asked to select 1 of the three bubbles if they choose to not donate blood. (Right after they walk through the corresponding door.)
  • 2. I am afraid of donating blood. ( Due to reasons such as fear of needles, being unaware of blood donation procedure, etc.)
  • 3. I do not have time to donate blood.
  • Participants would then be shown different scenarios and scenes in order to solve the causes (the 3 reasons chosen) for their reluctance to donate blood.
  • Actual statistics regarding the current blood level for each blood type in the blood banks will be shown to the donor, so that they will consider donating blood.
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