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Published on 24.11.17 in Vol 5, No 4 (2017): Oct-Dec

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Works citing "The Role of Transfer in Designing Games and Simulations for Health: Systematic Review"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/games.7880):

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  1. Aarkrog V. ‘The mannequin is more lifelike’: The significance of fidelity for students’ learning in simulation-based training in the social- and healthcare programmes. Nordic Journal of Vocational Education and Training 2019;9(2):1
  2. Glover K, Bodzin A. Learner Analysis to Inform the Design and Development of a Serious Game for Non-Gaming Female Emerging Healthcare Pre-professionals (Preprint). JMIR Serious Games 2019;
  3. Alyami H, Alawami M, Lyndon M, Alyami M, Coomarasamy C, Henning M, Hill A, Sundram F. Impact of Using a 3D Visual Metaphor Serious Game to Teach History-Taking Content to Medical Students: Longitudinal Mixed Methods Pilot Study. JMIR Serious Games 2019;7(3):e13748
  4. Kuipers DA, Terlouw G, Wartena BO, Prins JT, Pierie JPEN. Maximizing Authentic Learning and Real-World Problem-solving in Health Curricula Through Psychological Fidelity in a Game-Like Intervention: Development, Feasibility, and Pilot Studies. Medical Science Educator 2019;29(1):205
  5. Terlouw G, van’t Veer J, Kuipers DA, Metselaar J. Context analysis, needs assessment and persona development: towards a digital game-like intervention for high functioning children with ASD to train social skills. Early Child Development and Care 2018;:1
  6. Breuer J, Tolks D. Grenzen von „Serious Games for Health“. Prävention und Gesundheitsförderung 2018;13(4):327
  7. Baranowski T. Games for health research—past, present, and future. Prävention und Gesundheitsförderung 2018;13(4):333