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There is a growing evidence base for the effectiveness of the eoSurgical training tools, for both basic and advanced skills training, from multiple groups around the world.
Incentivising practice with take-home laparoscopic simulators in two UK Core Surgical Training programmes.
, Partridge RW, Moug SJ. On behalf of the Scottish Surgical Simulation Collaborative, including Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, NHS Education for Scotland. BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning; BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning 2016; 2:112-117.
Does a 3D Image Improve Laparoscopic Motor Skills? Folaranmi SE, Partridge RW, Brennan PM, Hennessey IAM. Journal of Laparoendoscopic & Advanced Surgical Techniques. August 2016, 26(8): 671-673.
An app to make a surgeon. Ferns F. Student BMJ, 10.1136/sbmj.f3361. June 2013.
One small step for eoSim, one giant LEAP for surgery? A exploration of the application of the LEAP motion controller in simulated MIS surgery. Brown F, Partridge RW. Scottish Society of Paediatric Surgeons meeting, Edinburgh, 1st November 2014. (Winner: Best Presentation Award).
A Gesture Interface Environment to Train and Prepare Surgeons. Hughes MA. Medicine 2.0: Social Media, Mobile Apps, and Internet/Web 2.0 in Health, Medicine and Biomedical Research. London, UK. 23rd September 2013.
Validating the Use of Smartphone-based Accelerometers for Performance Assessment in a Simulated Neurosurgical Task. Ang WJ, Hopkins ME, Brennan PM, Partridge R, Hennessey I, Hughes MA. World Federation of Neurological Surgeons Congress, South Korea, 8-13th September 2013.
How starting a company can get your clinical innovation off the ground. Hughes MA, Brennan PM, Partridge R. Norwich Medical Technology and Innovation Symposium, UEA, Norwich, 20th April 2013.