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Published on 16.12.16 in Vol 4, No 2 (2016): Jul-Dec

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Works citing "Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Training by Avatars: A Qualitative Study of Medical Students’ Experiences Using a Multiplayer Virtual World"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/games.6448):

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  1. Leary M, McGovern SK, Balian S, Abella BS, Blewer AL. A Pilot Study of CPR Quality Comparing an Augmented Reality Application vs. a Standard Audio-Visual Feedback Manikin. Frontiers in Digital Health 2020;2
  2. Pottle J. Virtual reality and the transformation of medical education. Future Healthcare Journal 2019;6(3):181
  3. Balian S, McGovern SK, Abella BS, Blewer AL, Leary M. Feasibility of an augmented reality cardiopulmonary resuscitation training system for health care providers. Heliyon 2019;5(8):e02205
  4. Lorenzo-Alvarez R, Ruiz-Gomez MJ, Sendra-Portero F. Medical Students' and Family Physicians' Attitudes and Perceptions Toward Radiology Learning in the Second Life Virtual World. American Journal of Roentgenology 2019;212(6):1295
  5. Lorenzo‐Alvarez R, Rudolphi‐Solero T, Ruiz‐Gomez MJ, Sendra‐Portero F. Game‐Based Learning in Virtual Worlds: A Multiuser Online Game for Medical Undergraduate Radiology Education within Second Life. Anatomical Sciences Education 2019;
  6. Lorenzo-Alvarez R, Pavia-Molina J, Sendra-Portero F. Exploring the Potential of Undergraduate Radiology Education in the Virtual World Second Life with First-cycle and Second-cycle Medical Students. Academic Radiology 2018;25(8):1087
  7. Jacklin S, Maskrey N, Chapman S. Improving Shared Decision Making Between Patients and Clinicians: Design and Development of a Virtual Patient Simulation Tool. JMIR Medical Education 2018;4(2):e10088