CAMES is doing research on the use of simulation for education and training of healthcare professionals across disciplines and career stages. CAMES also uses simulation as the research setting to investigate how work systems in healthcare can be improved.
The strategy of consolidating the role as a global research leader, builds on uniting clinicians (from trainees to expert supervisors), innovative developers (from start-ups to global companies), and medical education researchers (from Ph.D.-students to professors).
The creation of agile project teams covering several competencies allows us to produce clinically relevant research with the newest technology based on solid theoretical frameworks.
CAMES research is mainly of an applied character, informing training activities on a regional, national and international level. We use research in all stages of our activities - from the initial formulation of new ideas, via the sound investigation of supporting or contradicting evidence to the implementation in clinical practice.
You can find an overview of CAMES' publications here.
AI in medical education Automatic Assessment of Education in Robot
and simulation colonoscopy performance assisted surgery
Passenger Safety - Patient Safety
Lars Konge Doris Østergaard
Karlen Bader Larsen Katrine Mortensen Rasmus L. Jørgensen Jeppe Hartmann
Paul F. Clementsen Peter Dieckmann Jonas P. Eiberg Leizl J. Nayahangan
Steven Andersen Flemming Bjerrum Kim Ekelund Lene Russell
Lene Spanager Morten BS Svendsen Charlotte Søjnæs Ebbe Thinggaaard
Ann Sofia Thomsen Tobias Todsen Andreas S Vilmann
Betina R. Andersen Sarah Bube Liv Dyre Morten Engberg
Martin Frendø Andreas Frithioff Amandus Gustafsson Tamim A. Haidari
Peter Hertz Niels Jacobsen Mads F Jacobsen Vilma L. Johnsson
Jonathan Lawaetz Gustav G Nervil Anders Bo Nielsen Lærke M Nørholk
Jannie L Poulsen Niklas K Rasmussen Anne Marie Rieffesthall Nicole E.Ø. Schultz
Niels Ternov Anja Vibe
CAMES affiliated Researchers
Birgitte Bruun Marlene Dyrløv Madsen