Participant evaluation of team oriented medical simulation

@inproceedings{Sexton1998ParticipantEO,
  title={Participant evaluation of team oriented medical simulation},
  author={B. G. Sexton and Stephan Marsch and Robert L. Helmreich and D. Betzendoerfer and Thomas Kocher and Daniel Scheidegger},
  year={1998}
}
The first high fidelity full scale operating room (OR) simulator has been installed at the University Hospital in Basel, Switzerland, and Team Oriented Medical Simulations (TOMS) have been conducted since December 1994. Simulation includes the complete OR team, comprising of surgical consultant, surgical resident, scrub nurse, anesthesia consultant, anesthesia resident, anesthesia nurse, and orderly, performing laparoscopic surgery on a mannequin undergoing general anesthesia. The aim of this… CONTINUE READING

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