Editorial

When it goes wrong, a chance to try again: ophthalmic surgical simulation training borrowed from flight-crash re-runs

Ahmed Abdelmaksoud and Nigel Terk-Howe Khoo

( 31-33, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2018.0005, 15 November 2018)

Meeting report

Report on ‘Novel Thinking and New Technology in Healthcare and Education’: Seventh Annual Simulation Conference, Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, 7 December 2017

K. Jamieson, J. Driscoll and K. Killicoat

( 34-39, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2018.0004, 14 November 2018)

Lecture notes

Special Issue: Reframing simulation

Tamzin Cuming and Roger Kneebone

( 40-42, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2018.0007, 17 October 2018)
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    Special Issue Title: Seventh Annual Homerton Simulation Conference, Novel thinking and new technology in healthcare and education

    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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Original article

Lap Mentor-based assessment of laparoscopic surgical skills: a validation study

Khalid Munir Bhatti, Lubna Baig, Syed Moyn Aly, Kamran Ahmad Malik, Hafiz Amjad Hussain, Zainab Nasser Al-Balushi, Mahmoud Hatem Sherif, Khoula Saud Al Harrasi, Kadhim Mustafa Taqi, Houd Al Abri and Hani Al-Qadhi

( 8-23, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2018.0002, 25 July 2018)