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Integrating Learning And Visualization Technologies In Orthopaedics:- Establishing The Virtual Orthopaedic European University

Integrating Learning And Visualization Technologies In Orthopaedics:- Establishing The Virtual Orthopaedic European University
Integrating Learning And Visualization Technologies In Orthopaedics:- Establishing The Virtual Orthopaedic European University
Digital technologies offer a working environment for familiarisation with new surgical procedures and management of clinical case audit. Our aim is to provide a novel route for access to educational material that more closely resembles the working practice of the arthroscopist. This is to support higher surgical training and life long learning. The proof of concept has been the development of a shoulder arthroscopy simulation model as an interface for the surgical trainee to access multimedia based educational orthopaedic modules. This demonstrates a human-computer interface that more closely resembles the process of factual knowledge association during clinical procedures, moving toward the ultimate goal of seamless integration of knowledge repositories with clinical intervention operative video information, integrating the structured surgical course model with the multimedia educational orthopaedic modules, generated for the learning of shoulder surgery.
surgical simulation, interface, vision based simulation, virtual university, orthopaedics, arthroscopy, adaptive hypermedia
353-363
Grange, S
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Setchell, C
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Campbell, N
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Wills, G
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Bunker, T
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Grange, S
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Campbell, N
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Wills, G
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Grange, S, Setchell, C, Campbell, N, Wills, G and Bunker, T (2002) Integrating Learning And Visualization Technologies In Orthopaedics:- Establishing The Virtual Orthopaedic European University At Surgetica 2002. 18 - 20 Sep 2002. , pp. 353-363.

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Abstract

Digital technologies offer a working environment for familiarisation with new surgical procedures and management of clinical case audit. Our aim is to provide a novel route for access to educational material that more closely resembles the working practice of the arthroscopist. This is to support higher surgical training and life long learning. The proof of concept has been the development of a shoulder arthroscopy simulation model as an interface for the surgical trainee to access multimedia based educational orthopaedic modules. This demonstrates a human-computer interface that more closely resembles the process of factual knowledge association during clinical procedures, moving toward the ultimate goal of seamless integration of knowledge repositories with clinical intervention operative video information, integrating the structured surgical course model with the multimedia educational orthopaedic modules, generated for the learning of shoulder surgery.

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Published date: 2002
Additional Information: Event Dates: 18-20 September
Venue - Dates: Surgetica 2002, 2002-09-18 - 2002-09-20
Keywords: surgical simulation, interface, vision based simulation, virtual university, orthopaedics, arthroscopy, adaptive hypermedia
Organisations: Electronic & Software Systems

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Local EPrints ID: 256912
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/256912
PURE UUID: a0e1af0d-b003-423b-aa01-fbe9e036431b
ORCID for G Wills: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-5771-4088

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Date deposited: 25 Jun 2003
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 09:43

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Author: S Grange
Author: C Setchell
Author: N Campbell
Author: G Wills ORCID iD
Author: T Bunker

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