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Published on 26.10.18 in Vol 6, No 4 (2018): Oct-Dec

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Works citing "A Web-Based Serious Game on Delirium as an Educational Intervention for Medical Students: Randomized Controlled Trial"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/games.9886):

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  1. Buijs-Spanjers KR, Hegge HH, Cnossen F, Hoogendoorn E, Jaarsma DA, de Rooij SE. Dark Play of Serious Games: Effectiveness and Features (G4HE2018). Games for Health Journal 2019;8(4):301
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  2. Mitchell G, McVeigh C, Carlisle S, Brown-Wilson C. Evaluation of a co-produced delirium awareness programme for undergraduate nursing students in Northern Ireland: a pre-test/post-test study. BMC Nursing 2020;19(1)
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  3. Baessler F, Ciprianidis A, Rizvi AZ, Weidlich J, Wagner FL, Klein SB, Baumann TC, Nikendei C, Schultz J. Delirium: Medical Students’ Knowledge and Effectiveness of Different Teaching Methods. The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 2019;27(7):737
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  4. Buijs-Spanjers KR, Harmsen A, Hegge HH, Spook JE, de Rooij SE, Jaarsma DADC. The influence of a serious game’s narrative on students’ attitudes and learning experiences regarding delirium: an interview study. BMC Medical Education 2020;20(1)
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  5. Buijs-Spanjers KR, Hegge HH, Cnossen F, Jaarsma DA, de Rooij SE. Reasons to Engage in and Learning Experiences From Different Play Strategies in a Web-Based Serious Game on Delirium for Medical Students: Mixed Methods Design. JMIR Serious Games 2020;8(3):e18479
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