Competence Assessment for Spinal Anaesthesia [chapter]

Dietrich Albert, Cord Hockemeyer, Zsuzsanna Kulcsar, George Shorten
HCI and Usability for Medicine and Health Care  
The authors describe a new approach towards assessing skills of medical trainees. Based on experiences from previous projects with (i) applying virtual environments for medical training and (ii) competence assessment and personalisation in technology enhanced learning environments, a system for personalised medical training with virtual environments is built. Thus, the practical training of motor skills is connected with the user-oriented view of personalised computer-based testing and
more » ... esting and training. The results of this integration will be tested using a haptic device for training spinal anaesthesia.
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-76805-0_14 dblp:conf/usab/AlbertHKS07 fatcat:deo7cifrbnh7nivsyhlghdjqne