Publikationer 2013

​Herunder finder du en oversigt over ​​publikationer fra CAMES (tidl. CEKU og DIMS) ​i 2013​.​

CAMES publikationer i 20​​13

Ethics in Simulation for Intensive Care ​

Koncept og træning af sundhedsfagligt personale i Crisis Resource Management​​ 

Surgeons non-technical skills;Customization and evaluation of a formative assessment tool​ 

Short- and long-term transfer of urethral catheterization skills from simulation training to performance on patients​ 

Medical residents perceptions of their competencies and training needs in health care management - an international comparison

Long-term intended and unintended experiences after Advanced Life Support training 

Postoperative handover - Characteristics and considerations on improvement: a systematic review​ 

Teaching interprofessional teamwork in medical and nursing education in Norway - a content analysis 

The relationship between facilitators questions and the level of reflection in postsimulation debriefing​ 

The transition to hospital consultant - Denmark and the Netherlands compared on preparedness for practice, perceived intensity and contextual factors 
Videooptagelse kan bruges til nemmere og hurtigere evalueringer i uddannelsen af læger i klinisk basisuddannelse 

Training on a new, portable, simple simulator transfers to performance of complex bronchoscopy procedures 

Assessment of endobronchial ultrasound-guided transbronchial needle aspiration performance 

Clinical skills training in undergraduate medical education using a student-centered approach 

Improving efficiency of clinical skills training - a randomized trial 

Handover of patients - A topical review of ambulance crew to emergency department handover 

Morbidity, mortality and quality of life in patients with non-operable aortic stenosis 

A one-day "Helping Babies Breathe" course improves simulated performance but not clinical management of neonates 

Triage of intensive care patients - ​identifying agreement and controversy 

Simulation and psychology - creating, recognizing and using learning opportunities​​​