Articoli scientifici // Scientific articles

  • Pallavicini F, Orena E, Di Santo S, Greci L, Caragnano C, Ranieri P, Vuolato C, Pepe A, Veronese G, Stefanini S, Achille F, Dakanalis A, Bernardelli L, Sforza F, Rossini A, Caltagirone C, Fascendini S, Clerici M, Riva G,  Mantovani F (2022). A Virtual Reality Home-Based Training for the Management of Stress and Anxiety among Healthcare Workers during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Study Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial. Trials, 23(1):451. Download PDF
  • Pallavicini F, Orena E, Achille F, Stefanini S, Caragnano C, Vuolato C, Pepe A, Veronese G, Ranieri P, Di Santo S, Greci L, Fascendini S, Defanti CA, Clerici M, Mantovani F (2022). Virtual Reality to Support Healthcare Workers in Managing Stress and Anxiety: An Online Survey on Italian Doctors and Nurses Involved in the First Wave of the COVID-19 Pandemic. HCII 2022 – Late Breaking Papers, in press.
  • Pallavicini F., Orena E., Di Santo S.G., Greci L., Caragnano C., Ranieri P., Vuolato C., Pepe A., Veronese G., Dakanalis A., Rossini A., Caltagirone C., Clerici M., Mantovani F. (2021). MIND-VR: Design and Evaluation Protocol of a Virtual Reality Psychoeducational Experience on Stress and Anxiety for the Psychological Support of Healthcare Workers Involved in the COVID-19 Pandemic. Frontiers in Virtual Reality, 2:1. Download PDF
  • Pallavicini F., Pepe A., Clerici M., Mantovani F. (2021). Virtual Reality Applications in Medicine During the COVID-19 Pandemic: PRISMA Systematic Review (Preprint). JMIR Preprints.
  • Pallavicini F., Chicchi Giglioli I. A., Kim G. J., Alcañiz M., Rizzo A. (2021). Editorial: “Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and Video Games for Addressing the Impact of COVID-19 on Mental Health”. Frontiers in Virtual Reality, 2: 91. Download PDF
  • Imperatori C, Dakanalis A, Farina B, Pallavicini F, Colmegna F,  Mantovani F, Clerici M. (2020). Global Storm of Stress-Related Psychopathological Symptoms: A Brief Overview on the Usefulness of Virtual Reality in Facing the Mental Health Impact of COVID-19. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 23(11):782-788.
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