Original article

Developing haptic caries simulation for dental education

Cecilie Osnes and Andrew Keeling

( 29-34, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2017.0006, 16 August 2017)

Editorial

The importance of 3D printing in vascular surgical simulation and training

Yeong Xue Lun, Ko Teck Ee Reyor, Chi Wei Ong, Leo Hwa Liang and Andrew M.T.L. Choong

( 23-28, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2017.0005, 20 July 2017)

Meeting report

Report on Safety Engineering in Healthcare: Sixth Annual Simulation Conference, Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, 1 December 2016

L. Salm and H. Harb

( 17-22, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2017.0004, 13 July 2017)

Original article

Designing, developing and implementing a 2-year, simulation-embedded curriculum for junior surgical residents

Marina Yiasemidou, Andrew Kordowicz, Jonathan de Siqueira and Michael J. Gough

( 10-16, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2017.0003, 11 July 2017)

Editorial

Advances in Surgery Channel: the future of surgical education

Beatriz Martin-Perez, Gabriel Diaz del Gobbo, Hugo De Lacy, Steven D. Wexner and Antonio M. Lacy

( 5-9, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2017.0002, 07 July 2017)

Editorial

Computational fluid dynamics in complex aortic surgery: applications, prospects and challenges

Fan Shuen Tseng, Tse Kiat Soong, Nicholas Syn, Chi Wei Ong, Leo Hwa Liang and Andrew M.T.L. Choong

( 1-4, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2017.0001, 16 May 2017)

Oral presentation

Special Issue: Real-time analysis of tissue trauma

Dominic Jones, Ali Alazmani and Peter Culmer

(B 11-11, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2017.B011, 11 May 2017)
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    Special Issue Title: Current Approaches to Understanding Surgical Error 2016

    Guest Editors: Faisal Mushtaq & Mark Mon-Williams

    Organisation: This special issue was organised in collaboration with the Perception-Action Cognition Research Group (PAC Lab) at the University of Leeds, UK.

    Funding: A contribution towards production of this special issue was received from Perception-Action Cognition Research Group (PAC Lab), University of Leeds, UK.

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Special Issue: Understanding vacuum assisted delivery mechanics

Dushyant Goordyal, Ali Alazmani and Peter Culmer

(B 10-10, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2017.B010, 11 May 2017)
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    Special Issue Title: Current Approaches to Understanding Surgical Error 2016

    Guest Editors: Faisal Mushtaq & Mark Mon-Williams

    Organisation: This special issue was organised in collaboration with the Perception-Action Cognition Research Group (PAC Lab) at the University of Leeds, UK.

    Funding: A contribution towards production of this special issue was received from Perception-Action Cognition Research Group (PAC Lab), University of Leeds, UK.

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Special Issue: Grasping improvements in laparoscopic surgery

J Chandler, D Jones, B Moxley-Wyles, J Barrie, GW Taylor and PR Culmer

(B 9-9, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2017.B009, 11 May 2017)
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    Special Issue Title: Current Approaches to Understanding Surgical Error 2016

    Guest Editors: Faisal Mushtaq & Mark Mon-Williams

    Organisation: This special issue was organised in collaboration with the Perception-Action Cognition Research Group (PAC Lab) at the University of Leeds, UK.

    Funding: A contribution towards production of this special issue was received from Perception-Action Cognition Research Group (PAC Lab), University of Leeds, UK.

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Special Issue: Development of haptic caries simulation for dental education

Cecilie Osnes and Andrew Keeling

(B 8-8, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2017.B008, 11 May 2017)
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    Special Issue Title: Current Approaches to Understanding Surgical Error 2016

    Guest Editors: Faisal Mushtaq & Mark Mon-Williams

    Organisation: This special issue was organised in collaboration with the Perception-Action Cognition Research Group (PAC Lab) at the University of Leeds, UK.

    Funding: A contribution towards production of this special issue was received from Perception-Action Cognition Research Group (PAC Lab), University of Leeds, UK.

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Special Issue: Developing and implementing haptic surgical rehearsal in dentistry

Andrew Keeling and Cecilie Osnes

(B 7-7, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2017.B007, 11 May 2017)
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    Special Issue Title: Current Approaches to Understanding Surgical Error 2016

    Guest Editors: Faisal Mushtaq & Mark Mon-Williams

    Organisation: This special issue was organised in collaboration with the Perception-Action Cognition Research Group (PAC Lab) at the University of Leeds, UK.

    Funding: A contribution towards production of this special issue was received from Perception-Action Cognition Research Group (PAC Lab), University of Leeds, UK.

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Special Issue: How should surgeons warm up? An experimental psychology approach

T W Pike, F Mushtaq, R M Wilkie, J P A Lodge and M Mon-Williams

(B 6-6, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2017.B006, 11 May 2017)
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    Special Issue Title: Current Approaches to Understanding Surgical Error 2016

    Guest Editors: Faisal Mushtaq & Mark Mon-Williams

    Organisation: This special issue was organised in collaboration with the Perception-Action Cognition Research Group (PAC Lab) at the University of Leeds, UK.

    Funding: A contribution towards production of this special issue was received from Perception-Action Cognition Research Group (PAC Lab), University of Leeds, UK.

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Special Issue: Authenticity, stress and debriefing: learning through simulation

Ken Spearpoint

(B 5-5, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2017.B005, 11 May 2017)
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    Special Issue Title: Current Approaches to Understanding Surgical Error 2016

    Guest Editors: Faisal Mushtaq & Mark Mon-Williams

    Organisation: This special issue was organised in collaboration with the Perception-Action Cognition Research Group (PAC Lab) at the University of Leeds, UK.

    Funding: A contribution towards production of this special issue was received from Perception-Action Cognition Research Group (PAC Lab), University of Leeds, UK.

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Special Issue: Can cognitive psychology help us understand surgical safety issues?

Narinder Kapur

(B 4-4, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2017.B004, 11 May 2017)
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    Special Issue Title: Current Approaches to Understanding Surgical Error 2016

    Guest Editors: Faisal Mushtaq & Mark Mon-Williams

    Organisation: This special issue was organised in collaboration with the Perception-Action Cognition Research Group (PAC Lab) at the University of Leeds, UK.

    Funding: A contribution towards production of this special issue was received from Perception-Action Cognition Research Group (PAC Lab), University of Leeds, UK.

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Special Issue: Pre-operative mental practice for the prevention of surgical error

Marina Yiasemidou

(B 3-3, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2017.B003, 11 May 2017)
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    Special Issue Title: Current Approaches to Understanding Surgical Error 2016

    Guest Editors: Faisal Mushtaq & Mark Mon-Williams

    Organisation: This special issue was organised in collaboration with the Perception-Action Cognition Research Group (PAC Lab) at the University of Leeds, UK.

    Funding: A contribution towards production of this special issue was received from Perception-Action Cognition Research Group (PAC Lab), University of Leeds, UK.

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Special Issue: Cognitive simulation

Uttam Shiralkar and Sonia Bathla

(B 2-2, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2017.B002, 11 May 2017)
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    Special Issue Title: Current Approaches to Understanding Surgical Error 2016

    Guest Editors: Faisal Mushtaq & Mark Mon-Williams

    Organisation: This special issue was organised in collaboration with the Perception-Action Cognition Research Group (PAC Lab) at the University of Leeds, UK.

    Funding: A contribution towards production of this special issue was received from Perception-Action Cognition Research Group (PAC Lab), University of Leeds, UK.

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Special Issue: Human factors in surgical error

Ken Catchpole

(B 1-1, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2017.B001, 11 May 2017)
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    Special Issue Title: Current Approaches to Understanding Surgical Error 2016

    Guest Editors: Faisal Mushtaq & Mark Mon-Williams

    Organisation: This special issue was organised in collaboration with the Perception-Action Cognition Research Group (PAC Lab) at the University of Leeds, UK.

    Funding: A contribution towards production of this special issue was received from Perception-Action Cognition Research Group (PAC Lab), University of Leeds, UK.

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Special Issue: Why measurement for improvement is different

Mike Davidge

(A 10-10, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2017.A010, 19 January 2017)
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    Special Issue Title: Sixth Annual Homerton Simulation Conference,  Safety Engineering and Simulation in Healthcare

    Guest Editor: Haresh Mulchandani, Homerton University NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK

    Organisation: This special issue was organised in collaboration with the Homerton University Simulation Centre.

    Funding: No funding was received from any organisation for the publication of the special issue.

    Peer review: Any full articles were invited by the conference organisers, and peer-reviewed by the Guest Editor and a minimum of one external reviewer.

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Special Issue: Building an improvement system and movement Trust-wide

Amar Shah

(A 9-9, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2017.A009, 19 January 2017)
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    Special Issue Title: Sixth Annual Homerton Simulation Conference,  Safety Engineering and Simulation in Healthcare

    Guest Editor: Haresh Mulchandani, Homerton University NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK

    Organisation: This special issue was organised in collaboration with the Homerton University Simulation Centre.

    Funding: No funding was received from any organisation for the publication of the special issue.

    Peer review: Any full articles were invited by the conference organisers, and peer-reviewed by the Guest Editor and a minimum of one external reviewer.

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Special Issue: Homerton Improving Quality

Victoria Newlands-Bentley

(A 8-8, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2017.A008, 19 January 2017)
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    Special Issue Title: Sixth Annual Homerton Simulation Conference,  Safety Engineering and Simulation in Healthcare

    Guest Editor: Haresh Mulchandani, Homerton University NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK

    Organisation: This special issue was organised in collaboration with the Homerton University Simulation Centre.

    Funding: No funding was received from any organisation for the publication of the special issue.

    Peer review: Any full articles were invited by the conference organisers, and peer-reviewed by the Guest Editor and a minimum of one external reviewer.

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Special Issue: Engineered solutions to never events and novel simulation methods

Maryanne Mariyaselvam and Mark Blunt

(A 7-7, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2017.A007, 19 January 2017)
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    Special Issue Title: Sixth Annual Homerton Simulation Conference,  Safety Engineering and Simulation in Healthcare

    Guest Editor: Haresh Mulchandani, Homerton University NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK

    Organisation: This special issue was organised in collaboration with the Homerton University Simulation Centre.

    Funding: No funding was received from any organisation for the publication of the special issue.

    Peer review: Any full articles were invited by the conference organisers, and peer-reviewed by the Guest Editor and a minimum of one external reviewer.

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Special Issue: In situ simulation in primary care: an AHP lead chronic respiratory simulation programme

Laura Graham, Alice Kenward and Val Dimmock

(A 6-6, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2017.A006, 19 January 2017)
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    Special Issue Title: Sixth Annual Homerton Simulation Conference,  Safety Engineering and Simulation in Healthcare

    Guest Editor: Haresh Mulchandani, Homerton University NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK

    Organisation: This special issue was organised in collaboration with the Homerton University Simulation Centre.

    Funding: No funding was received from any organisation for the publication of the special issue.

    Peer review: Any full articles were invited by the conference organisers, and peer-reviewed by the Guest Editor and a minimum of one external reviewer.

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Special Issue: Effectiveness of medical simulation in teaching medical students critical care medicine

Matt Beal, John Kinnear, Caroline Rachael Anderson, Thomas D Martin, Rachel Wamboldt and Lee Hooper

(A 5-5, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2017.A005, 19 January 2017)
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    Special Issue Title: Sixth Annual Homerton Simulation Conference,  Safety Engineering and Simulation in Healthcare

    Guest Editor: Haresh Mulchandani, Homerton University NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK

    Organisation: This special issue was organised in collaboration with the Homerton University Simulation Centre.

    Funding: No funding was received from any organisation for the publication of the special issue.

    Peer review: Any full articles were invited by the conference organisers, and peer-reviewed by the Guest Editor and a minimum of one external reviewer.

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Special Issue: Improving leadership and non-technical skills with modified rapid cycle deliberate practice simulation

Christopher Taylor, Rebecca Preedy, Rebecca Young and Gomy Kandasamy

(A 4-4, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2017.A004, 19 January 2017)
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    Special Issue Title: Sixth Annual Homerton Simulation Conference,  Safety Engineering and Simulation in Healthcare

    Guest Editor: Haresh Mulchandani, Homerton University NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK

    Organisation: This special issue was organised in collaboration with the Homerton University Simulation Centre.

    Funding: No funding was received from any organisation for the publication of the special issue.

    Peer review: Any full articles were invited by the conference organisers, and peer-reviewed by the Guest Editor and a minimum of one external reviewer.

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Special Issue: Damage limitation - minimising unintentional harm: complexity, error, team working and human factors

John Kinnear

(A 3-3, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2017.A003, 19 January 2017)
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    Special Issue Title: Sixth Annual Homerton Simulation Conference,  Safety Engineering and Simulation in Healthcare

    Guest Editor: Haresh Mulchandani, Homerton University NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK

    Organisation: This special issue was organised in collaboration with the Homerton University Simulation Centre.

    Funding: No funding was received from any organisation for the publication of the special issue.

    Peer review: Any full articles were invited by the conference organisers, and peer-reviewed by the Guest Editor and a minimum of one external reviewer.

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Special Issue: The National Safety Standards for Invasive Procedures (NatSSIPs): beyond the WHO checklist

Annie Hunningher

(A 2-2, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2017.A002, 19 January 2017)
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    Special Issue Title: Sixth Annual Homerton Simulation Conference,  Safety Engineering and Simulation in Healthcare

    Guest Editor: Haresh Mulchandani, Homerton University NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK

    Organisation: This special issue was organised in collaboration with the Homerton University Simulation Centre.

    Funding: No funding was received from any organisation for the publication of the special issue.

    Peer review: Any full articles were invited by the conference organisers, and peer-reviewed by the Guest Editor and a minimum of one external reviewer.

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Special Issue: What matters to patients

Matilda Tristram

(A 1-1, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2017.A001, 19 January 2017)
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    Special Issue Title: Sixth Annual Homerton Simulation Conference,  Safety Engineering and Simulation in Healthcare

    Guest Editor: Haresh Mulchandani, Homerton University NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK

    Organisation: This special issue was organised in collaboration with the Homerton University Simulation Centre.

    Funding: No funding was received from any organisation for the publication of the special issue.

    Peer review: Any full articles were invited by the conference organisers, and peer-reviewed by the Guest Editor and a minimum of one external reviewer.

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