Publikationer 2015

​​​Herunder finder du en oversigt over ​​publikationer fra CAMES (tidl. CEKU og DIMS)​i 2015.​

​CAMES publikationer i ​2015

​Assessment used as a tool to increase motivation for learning​

Customisation of an instrument to assess anesthesiologists' non-technical skills

Developing an emergency ultrasound app - a collaborative project between clinicians from different universities​

Development of instruments for assessment of individuals' and teams' non-technical skills in healthcare - a critical review

End points for validating early warning scores

End points for validating early warning scores in the context of rapid response systems: A Delphi consensus study

Expert Involvement and Adherence to Medical Evidence in Medical Mobile Phone Apps - A Systematic Review

Five Topics Healthcare Simulation Can Address To Improve Patient Safety - Results From A Consensus Process

Improving patient safety in handover from Intensive Care Unit to general ward - a systematic review

Medicinstuderendes uddannelse må fortsat forbedres på de dårligt evaluerede kliniske afdelinger

Patient safety – defusing patients and staff after serious events

Perioperative smoking cessation in vascular surgery - challenges with a randomized controlled trial

Præoperativ forberedelse af børn til elektive kirurgiske procedurer reducerer angst

Simulation-based multiprofessional obstetric anesthesia training conducted in situ versus off-site leads to similar individual and team outcomes - a randomised educational trial

The Introduction of The Immediate Life Support Course in Denmark

Thromboembolic risk in 16 274 atrial fibrillation patients undergoing direct current cardioversion with and without oral anticoagulant therapy

Training the multi-professional team in the operating theatre in non-technical skills​

What's new with rapid response systems?

Amputation-Free Survival after Crural Percutaneous Transluminal Angioplasty for Critical Limb Ischemia​

Reply to Fibreoptic tracheal intubation training using bronchoscopy simulation

Clinical and Imaging Features Associated with an Increased Risk of Early and Late Stroke in Patients with Symptomatic Carotid Disease

The simulation centre at Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen, Denmark

Three-dimensional versus two-dimensional vision in laparoscopy - a systematic review​

Lower extremity arterial entrapment syndromes

Ultrasound in Pre-Graduate Medical Education

Video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery lobectomy for lung cancer is associated with a lower 30-day morbidity compared with lobectomy by thoracotomy

Are medical students being taught anatomy in a way that best prepares them to be a physician?

Cognitive load in distributed and massed practice in virtual reality mastoidectomy simulation

An Addition to the Technical Skills Assessment Toolbox

Validity of a cross-specialty test in basic laparoscopic techniques (TABLT)

Notes From the Field - Secondary Task Precision for Cognitive Load Estimation During Virtual Reality Surgical Simulation Training

Exploring the relationship between anaesthesiologists' non-technical and technical skills

Simulation-based training in flexible fibreoptic intubation - A randomised study

Three-dimensional motion tracking correlates with skill level in upper gastrointestinal endoscopy

Learning Curves of Virtual Mastoidectomy in Distributed and Massed Practice

Major femoral vascular access complications after coronary diagnostic and interventional procedures - A Danish register study

A new possibility in thoracoscopic virtual reality simulation training - development and testing of a novel virtual reality simulator for video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery lobectomy

European Resuscitation Council Guidelines for Resuscitation 2015 - Section 10. Education and implementation of resuscitation

Exploring challenges and solutions in the preparation of surgical patients

Module based training improves and sustains surgical skills - a randomised controlled trial

Simulator training for endobronchial ultrasound - a randomised controlled trial

The effect of self-directed virtual reality simulation on dissection training performance in mastoidectomy

Gender differences in the acquisition of surgical skills - a systematic review

Peak and ceiling effects in final-product analysis of mastoidectomy performance