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Published on 04.07.18 in Vol 6, No 3 (2018): Jul-Sep

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Works citing "Web-Based Immersive Patient Simulator as a Curricular Tool for Objective Structured Clinical Examination Preparation in Surgery: Development and Evaluation"

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  1. Chon S, Timmermann F, Dratsch T, Schuelper N, Plum P, Berlth F, Datta RR, Schramm C, Haneder S, Späth MR, Dübbers M, Kleinert J, Raupach T, Bruns C, Kleinert R. Serious Games in Surgical Medical Education: A Virtual Emergency Department as a Tool for Teaching Clinical Reasoning to Medical Students. JMIR Serious Games 2019;7(1):e13028
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  2. Florian E, DeGregorio A, Schochter F, Bekes I, Janni W, Lato K. Augmented reality app in ultrasound training A prospective trial to demonstrate the effect of an augmented reality ultrasound trainer application on the motorical skills needed for a kidney ultrasound. (Preprint). JMIR Serious Games 2018;
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