Jersey is pioneering a new way to train doctors and nurses.
A specialist computer programme that uses virtual reality is helping them get a much more realistic experience of the world of hospitals.
The students at the Allan Lab, which is based in Maison Le Pape in St Helier wear headsets to immerse them in a range of medical situations
The lab, which is an immersive digital health technologies research laboratory will let them examine the physical impact of using new highly sensitive biometric equipment.
The work has attracted attention from leading global digital health technology companies, ranging from Apple to IBM, as well as professional organisations including the British Heart Foundation.
Dr Austin Gibbs says the new lab will not only provide world leading heart research, but it will also help attract companies to test and innovate in Jersey.