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Learning in the medical domain is to a large extent workplace learning and involves mastery of complex skills that require performance up to professional standards in the work environment. Since training in this real-life context is not always possible for reasons of safety, costs, or didactics, alternative ways are needed to achieve clinical excellence. Educational technology and more specifically augmented reality (AR) has the potential to offer a highly realistic situated learning experiencedoi:10.1007/s40037-013-0107-7 pmid:24464832 pmcid:PMC4152469 fatcat:dt6rx6n545dilknus6a6fmauya