A Little Bit Farther Than We’ve Gone Before*
Face and Content Validation of Virtual Reality Simulation for Carotid Angiography: Results from the First 100 Physicians Attending the Emory NeuroAnatomy Carotid Training (ENACT) Program
Asthma Management Simulation for Children: Translating Theory, Methods, and Strategies to Effect Behavior Change
Crossing the Line: Simulation and Boundary Areas
Patient Safety, Competency, and the Future of Surgical Simulation
Consensus guidelines for validation of virtual reality surgical simulators
An Introduction of Teaching Theory to HFPS Literature
Comparision and Contrast between Police and Medical Simulation
What is real about simulation? Different modes of thinking about the ‘as-if’.
Bridging the gaps in simulation.
How was it for you? Aiming for realism in simulation.
Pitfalls and problems concerning implementation of VR simulators as endoscopic training and assessment tool: one step beyond?
Development of a hands-on training for undergraduates on cadavers and artificial bones in trauma surgery.
Virtual reality training for endoscopic surgery; voluntary or obligatory?
Face validity of the GI Mentor II for training in colonoscopy skills.
Face validity study of the ProMIS Augmented Reality laparoscopic suturing simulator.
Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome Modeling and Simulations of Therapy.
“Stan Vintage”: A baseline patient for the Human Patient Simulator™ with hemodynamic parameters from the scientific literature.
Modelling desflurane in the human patient simulator.
Simplified, validated empirical model for thermodilution cardiac output.
Pregnancy – a challenge for physiological modelling.
Simulation and Perinatal Safety.
Training obstetric emergencies on a birthing simulator combined with fetal CTG/FECG simulation (STAN S31).
The role of the pelvic trainer and OSATS tool in assessing junior doctor competency at instrumental delivery.
Knowledge reinforcement and learner satisfaction of delivery simulator classes in undergraduate medical training.
Does training reduce the incidence of fetal injury in cases of shoulder dystocia?
A visual model of coronary circulation.
An interactive, web-disseminated, clinical simulation of perioperative coagulation.
More Mental Models Mandated.
Mental Models and the Cardiovascular System.
A research strategy integrating simulator and field data on teamwork: Implications for the development of theory, methods and curricula.
A qualitative analysis of team skills needed in the delivery room and the operation theatre.
Leadership behavior, but not attitude, changes in response to short term team training using a patient simulator.
Assessing the Burden of Error Recognition in Cardiac Surgical Teams: Implications for simulation training.
Design of a screen based simulator for neonatal cerebral function monitoring.
Educational simulation of hemodynamic transitions during and shortly after birth.
Undergraduate medical training of neonatal resuscitation: scenario development and educational impact study.
Training program design of a screen based simulator for neonatal cerebral function monitoring.
What shall we do with our Simulation Centre?
Running simulation centres: the academic and the private (commercial) approach.
Setting Up a Clinical Simulation Centre – Financial Considerations.
Robotic and Virtual Simulation in the Training of Health Care Professionals from Andalusia.
Premises, staff and tools – experiences from building a medical simulation center.
Simulated Patient Pathways.
Organizational effects of high penetrance immersive team simulation.
How simulation can contribute to make health care an High Reliability Organisation undertaking.
Safety Culture by CRM Training: Experiences from 2 Trainings in German Hospitals.
Knowledge reinforcement and learner satisfaction of simulation-based training versus image-based lectures for management of normal delivery and shoulder dystocia.
Does simulation training improve communication with a simulated patient during an obstetric emergency?
Using Simulation to Encourage Medical Students to Consider a Career in Obstetrics.
Presentation and evaluation of a real-time simulation model with haptic feedback for training male urology catheterization.
The virtual reality simulator the URO Mentor is a realistic and valid training model: determination of face validity.
Determination of construct validity of the URO Mentor, a virtual reality simulator for endourological procedures.
A newly developed pig bladder model: future for training of the trans-urethral tumour resection procedure in urology.
Fostering Simulation-based Learning in Medical Education with Collaboration Scripts.
Assessment of team training outcome using Engagement Modes and Self Efficacy.
Methods for formative evaluations of debriefing as a tool for feedback and improvement.
Facilitation skills for new faculty in advanced simulation-based education: Identifying and linking the skills of debriefing and feedback used in the simulator environment and the clinical workplace.
Trent Simulation Centre Usage Evaluation (TresCUE) Project.
Designing patient safety training based on real data.
Multi-professional Foundation Programme Simulation Training – The FAST Course.
Enhancing recently graduated nurse health assessment knowledge and skills using low fidelity adult human simulation.
Reflective Teaching of Psychomotor Skills Using Simulation Aids in Nursing Laboratory among BSN Students at SQU.
Comparison of three simulation-based training methods for managing medical emergencies.
Adelaide to Outback Simulation Training Model: A New Learner Centred Approach.
Pre – post – test results of a mixed nursing and postgraduate simulation crisis resource Management (CRM) training.
Simulator Teaching for Operating Department Practitioners.
Implementation of a human patient simulator in nurse training.
The changing face of a Medical Simulation Centre.
Accredited University Module for clinical simulation facilitators at the University of Hertfordshire.
Communication in the emergency situation.
Haptized Shared VR based Surgical Simulator – Applying to Vocational Experience.
Simulator Teaching for A level school students with a career interest in Medicine.
Can an Objective Structured Assessment of Technical Skills (OSATS) tools be used to evaluate skills gained from laparoscopic simulation training and how does this correlate with skills in clinical practice?
Development of a new multi-professional clinical simulation centre at the University of Hertfordshire.
Simulation as a learning tool in health care education.
Traditional seminar versus simulation in the undergraduate teaching of operative delivery.
Evaluating a Training Package for Obstetric Emergencies.
Increasing clinical competence through simulation for ICU-nurses.
Training analysis and system requirements for a screen-based model-driven fetal heart rate simulator.
Connection of learning outcomes of Crisis Resource Management simulation training and participants characteristics.
Selection of Anaesthetic Trainees – An OSCE-based Selection System Using Simulation.
Simulator training improves learning process of airway management
The use of simulators in obstetric teaching can increase undergraduate interest in the subject and make training more enjoyable.
Integration Of Patient Simulation Into A RN Residency Program.
Simulation of Perinatal Emergencies.
Assessment of suturing performance using checklists: live versus video-based rating.