Publikationer 2014

​Herunder finder du en oversigt over publikationer fra CAMES (tidl. CEKU og DIMS) i 2014.​

​​CAMES publikationer i 2014

An integrable, web-based solution for easy assessment of video-recorded performances​

Assessing Nurse Anaesthetists' Non-Technical Skills in the operating room

Efficacy of simulation-based trauma team training of non-technical skills. A systematic review

Identifying Facilitators and Barriers for Patient Safety in a Medicine Label Design System Using Patient Simulation and Inte​​rview

Linking Health Care and Psychology to Optimize the Use of Simulation

Work environment influences adverse events in an emergency department

Anvendelse af video som forberedelse til stationsbaseret eksamen i medicin og kirurgi

Augmenting health care failure modes and effects analysis with simulation


Using equivalence designs to improve methodological rigor in medical education trials

Designing web-apps for smartphones can be easy as making slideshow presentations

Fast-track training improves surgical skills compared to traditional training

Helping mothers survive bleeding after birth - an evaluation of simulation-based training in a low-resource setting

Medical students' learning from patient-led teaching - experiential versus biomedical knowledge​

Simulation-based training for thoracoscopic lobectomy - a randomized controlled trial: virtual-reality versus black-box simulation

An investigation of co-existing upper and lower airway disease: The "united airways" confirmed

Quality of randomised controlled trials in medical education reported between 2012 and 2013 - a systematic review protocol

Reliable and valid assessment of Lichtenstein hernia repair skills

Time matters--realism in resuscitation training

Super-Healthy Families

Investigating Novice Doctors' Reflections in Debriefing after Simulation

The assessment of clinical skills is imperative in postgraduate specialty training

Udvikling og brug af web-baserede apps - til træning af kliniske færdigheder for medicinstuderende

Clinical and imaging features associated with an increased risk of late stroke in patients with asymptomatic carotid disease

Factors relating to the perceived management of emergency situations - a survey of former Advanced Life Support course participants' clinical experiences

Medical students' perception of dyad practice​