|1||Medical simulation: State-of-the-art.||tdb||R. Datta, K. Upadhyay, and C. Jaideep, ‘Simulation and its role in medical education’, Medical Journal Armed Forces India, vol. 68, no. 2, pp. 167–172, Apr. 2012.|
|2||Simulators in medical training: Physical models, virtual reality and hybrid systems||Carolina Falcón García|| Focus: Cardiology, Does a simulator exist, which combines a synthetic model and a simulated imaging device? |
C. U. Cates and A. G. Gallagher, ‘The future of simulation technologies for complex cardiovascular procedures’, Eur Heart J, vol. 33, no. 17, pp. 2127–2134, Jan. 2012.
|3||Simulation of medical images: X-ray/Fluoroscopy, CT, PET||tbd|
|4||Force feedback devices and modeling of soft tissue||Rebekka Seltmann|| Focus: Overview of haptic feedback models & combination of haptic feedback models with soft tissue models |
T. R. Coles, D. Meglan, and N. W. John, ‘The Role of Haptics in Medical Training Simulators: A Survey of the State of the Art’, IEEE Transactions on Haptics, vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 51–66, Feb. 2011.
E. P. Westebring – van der Putten, R. H. M. Goossens, J. J. Jakimowicz, and J. Dankelman, ‘Haptics in minimally invasive surgery – a review’, Minimally Invasive Therapy & Allied Technologies, vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 3–16, Jan. 2008.
K. Lundin Palmerius, A. Ynnerman, and B. Gudmundsson, ‘Proxy-based Haptic Feedback from Volumetric Density Data’, presented at the Proceedings of the Eurohaptics Conference, 2002, pp. 104–109.
K. Lundin, M. Cooper, A. Persson, D. Evestedt, and A. Ynnerman, ‘Enabling design and interactive selection of haptic modes’, Virtual Reality, vol. 11, no. 1, pp. 1–13, 2007. K. L. Palmerius, R. F. Havre, O. H. Gilja, and I. Viola, ‘Ultrasound palpation by haptic elastography’, in 2011 24th International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems (CBMS), 2011, pp. 1–6.
|5|| Intelligent tutoring systems for medical education: |
Modifying gaming consoles such as the Nintendo Wii to offer medical training
|Oliver Broome||J. M. Taekman and K. Shelley, ‘Virtual Environments in Healthcare: Immersion, Disruption, and Flow’, International Anesthesiology Clinics, vol. 48, no. 3, pp. 101–121, 2010.|
|6||Multidisciplinary medical team training||tdb|
|7||Simulator use in the Aviation Industry: Implications for Healthcare||tdb|
|8||Metric-based assessment of performance in Simulation||Markus Reiter|| Focus: Development of performance metrics for Team Training |
K. Moorthy, Y. Munz, D. Forrest, V. Pandey, S. Undre, C. Vincent, and A. Darzi, ‘Surgical Crisis Management Skills Training and Assessment’, Ann Surg, vol. 244, no. 1, pp. 139–147, Jul. 2006.
|9||Perception and augmentation||Arianne Tran|| T. Edmunds and D. K. Pai, ‘Perceptual Rendering for Learning Haptic Skills’, in symposium on Haptic interfaces for virtual environment and teleoperator systems, 2008. haptics 2008, 2008, pp. 225 –230. |
C. M. Allen, W. Y. Pike, L. W. Lacy, L. Jung, and M. Wiederhold, ‘Using Biological and Environmental Malodors to Enhance Medical Simulation Training’, in The Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation & Education Conference (I/ITSEC), 2010, vol. 2010.
E. Errington, ‘The edge of reality: challenges facing educators using simulation to supplement students’ lived experience’, Apr-2011.
|10||The role of stress factors in simulation-based training||Nina Tanakova||M. Schuetz, I. Gockel, J. Beardi, P. Hakman, F. Dunschede, S. Moenk, W. Heinrichs, and T. Junginger, ‘Three different types of surgeon-specific stress reactions identified by laparoscopic simulation in a virtual scenario’, Surgical Endoscopy, vol. 22, no. 5, pp. 1263–1267, 2008.|
|11||Human factors in acquiring medical skills: Perception and cognition||tdb||Fundamentals of Surgical Simulation|
|12||Human factors in acquiring medical skills: Learning and skill acquisition in surgery||Mirije Shefiti||Fundamentals of Surgical Simulation|
|13||Crisis simulation and the role of deliberate exposure to adverse events||tdb|
|14||Validation of medical simulation environments||Julia Hoffmann||V. N. Palter, N. Orzech, R. K. Reznick, and T. P. Grantcharov, ‘Validation of a Structured Training and Assessment Curriculum for Technical Skill Acquisition in Minimally Invasive Surgery’, Annals of Surgery, p. 1, Sep. 2012.|
|15||Deliberate practice in medical education||tbd||Does Simulation-Based Medical Education With Deliberate Practice Yield Better Results Than Traditional Clinical Education? A Meta-Analytic Comparative Review of the Evidence|
|Title:||Simulation in Medical Education|
|Tutors:||Patrick Wucherer, Philipp Stefan|
|Information:||Hauptseminar, SWS: 2, ECTS: 4|