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Academic Article Experience of moral distress among pediatric surgery trainees.
Academic Article Surgical simulation in Africa: the feasibility and impact of a 3-day fundamentals of laparoscopic surgery course.
Academic Article Caring for children with colorectal disease in the context of limited resources.
Academic Article Development and validation of a pediatric laparoscopic surgery simulator.
Academic Article The Pediatric Laparoscopic Surgery (PLS) simulator: methodology and results of further validation.
Academic Article Motion analysis in the pediatric laparoscopic surgery (PLS) simulator: validation and potential use in teaching and assessing surgical skills.
Academic Article Construct validity and educational role for motion analysis in a laparoscopic trainer.
Academic Article Force-Sensing Enhanced Simulation Environment (ForSense) for laparoscopic surgery training and assessment.
Academic Article Educational Role for an Advanced Suturing Task in the Pediatric Laparoscopic Surgery Simulator.
Academic Article Validation of a pediatric single-port laparoscopic surgery simulator.
Academic Article An International Surgical Rotation as a Systems-Based Elective: The Botswana-University of Pennsylvania Surgical Experience.
Academic Article Analysis of motion in laparoscopy: the deconstruction of an intra-corporeal suturing task.
Academic Article Video assessment of laparoscopic skills by novices and experts: implications for surgical education.
Academic Article Comparison of Adult and Pediatric Surgeons: Insight into Simulation-Based Tools That May Improve Expertise Among Experts.
Academic Article Proof of Concept Study: Investigating Force Metrics of an Intracorporeal Suturing Knot Task.
Academic Article Development of an Open-Source Laparoscopic Simulator Capable of Motion and Force Assessment: High Tech at Low Cost.
Academic Article The Impact of Simulator Size on Forces Generated in the Performance of a Defined Intracorporeal Suturing Task: A Pilot Study.
Academic Article Refinement in the analysis of motion within low-cost laparoscopic simulators of differing size: Implications on assessing technical skills.
Academic Article The National Pediatric Surgery Simulation Program in France: A tool to develop resident training in pediatric surgery.
Academic Article Refining How We Define Laparoscopic Expertise.

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