PhD student at CAMES
Specialty: Plastic surgery
No. of Publications: 3
Keywords: Artificial Intelligense; Transfer of skills; Medical education; Simulation training.
Gustav Gede Nervil focuses on a newly developed educational system containing images of several thousand pathohistology verified skin lesions and a digitalized AI augmented training and clinical feedback platform. The aim of his research is to measure how many hours doctors (GP’s, Dermatologists and Plastic Surgeons) need to spend with this educational system before a change in their diagnostic accuracy can be measured, thus, shortening the road from novice to expert.
A part from a PhD he expects several more studies regarden the dose/response of the AI augmented training as well as the subgroups of doctors with different educational responses to the intervention. Ultimately, a future career that combines clinical and research work.
Nervil GG, Hansen SM, Sjøstrand H, Tos T. [Chainsaw lacerations of the face]. Ugeskr Laeger. 2020 Feb 10;182(7):V07190389. Danish.
Nervil GG, Medici R, Thomsen JLD, Staehr-Rye AK, Asadzadeh S, Rosenberg J, Gätke MR, Madsen MV. Validation of subjective rating scales for assessment of surgical workspace during laparoscopy. Acta Anaesthesiol Scand. 2017 Nov;61(10):1270-1277.
PhD Supervisor at CAMES