SPECIAL ISSUE: Advances in simulation and virtual reality for training: even better than the real thing? 8th Annual Homerton Simulation Conference

Homerton University Hospital, London, UK, 6 December 2018

Guest Editor(s): Haresh Mulchandani

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Think like a pilot - transferring error management to healthcare

Niall Downey

(A 1-1, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2019.A001, 06 November 2019)
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    Special Issue Title: Eighth Annual Homerton Simulation Conference, Advances in simulation and virtual reality for training: even better than the real thing?

    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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Out of hospital cardiac arrest and CPR training awareness in the community

Anya Bhatia, Shefali Sangani and Bijendra Patel

(A 2-2, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2019.A002, 06 November 2019)
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    Special Issue Title: Eighth Annual Homerton Simulation Conference, Advances in simulation and virtual reality for training: even better than the real thing?

    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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Face and content validation of a virtual reality basic life support course with comparison to the traditional course

Shefali Sangani, Dalal Hubail, Anya Bhatia and Bijendra Patel

(A 3-3, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2019.A003, 06 November 2019)
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    Special Issue Title: Eighth Annual Homerton Simulation Conference, Advances in simulation and virtual reality for training: even better than the real thing?

    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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How can virtual reality create a better way to learn basic life support?

Anna Stoilova

(A 4-4, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2019.A004, 06 November 2019)
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    Special Issue Title: Eighth Annual Homerton Simulation Conference, Advances in simulation and virtual reality for training: even better than the real thing?

    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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Freedom - breaking simulation out of the Sim Centre

Richard Vincent

(A 5-5, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2019.A005, 06 November 2019)
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    Special Issue Title: Eighth Annual Homerton Simulation Conference, Advances in simulation and virtual reality for training: even better than the real thing?

    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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Using image guidance to transform management of upper GI cancers

Brian Davidson

(A 6-6, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2019.A006, 06 November 2019)
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    Special Issue Title: Eighth Annual Homerton Simulation Conference, Advances in simulation and virtual reality for training: even better than the real thing?

    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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    Peer review Close Conference presentation, not externally peer reviewed

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Interactive systems for use by patients in hospital: disruptive or disrupting?

Charlotte Small

(A 7-7, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1102/2051-7726.2019.A007, 06 November 2019)
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    Special Issue Title: Eighth Annual Homerton Simulation Conference, Advances in simulation and virtual reality for training: even better than the real thing?

    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.

  • Peer review
    Peer review Close Conference presentation, not externally peer reviewed