InVeST Proceedings 2017

InVeST Proceedings 2017

 

Proceedings of the 5th International Veterinary Simulation in Teaching Conference held by the Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Pretoria, 10-12 April 2017, Intundla Conference Venue, Pretoria, South Africa.

Proceedings

Complete InVeST 2017 Proceedings

Posters

Introducing a series of primary care focused clinical skills practicals to prepare students for rotations and work-placements
Christopher R, Lindsey S, Muguet-Chanoit A, Williams J, Catterall A, Baillie S
Reflections on initiatives to optimise the impact of a clinical skills lab in promoting learning
Sarah Baillie, Alison Catterall, Rachel Christopher, Sarah Lindsey
The impact of model fidelity on acquisition of abdominal incision closure skills in novice veterinary students
Williamson J, Brisson B, Skowron C, Farrell R, Anderson S, Spangler D
Objective structured clinical examination by means of an anesthesia simulation
Cerfogli FM, Hay-Kraus B, Burzette R
Development of a diagnostic intradermal tuberculin test model for bovine tuberculosis
Michel AL, Annandale A, Kok L
Objective assessment of practical skills in finalist veterinary students
Holm DE, Mostert E
The effect of Bloom's taxonomy level and other factors on the performance of final year veterinary students in theoretical assessment
Mostert E, Holm DE
Implementation of an E-learning teaching module supports active learning and improves understanding of the regulation of estrous cycle in domestic species
Jonker FH, Bethlehem R, Vos PLAM, Gier J de, Claes ANJ, Jansen AE, Haeften T van
Virtual, mixed and augmented reality in veterinary education
Malinowski R
Panoramic video telepresence provides immersive virtual reality to enhance and extend student learning experience
Reichel, MP, Shaw J, Kenderdine S.
Self-evaluation and monitoring of CSL visitation using “VetSims’App” : A dedicated web-app based on QR code technology
Vermot des Roches M, Chateau H, Moissonnier P, Poma G, Gogny A, Gogny M
Virtual canine lameness: the development of a training tool
Trace C, Gómez Álvarez CB, Humphries A, Starke S
Construction of a pig model for training students in taking intravenous blood samples
Knecht C, Huber AM, Dilly M, Henning-Pauka I
Tips and tricks for equine emergency scenario simulation in pre-clinical student training
Whitehead, A
The rehearsal of clinical skills in sequence, through case-based scenarios
Brearley JC, Wager CJ, Holdstock N
Flipping the classroom: does it work for the skills laboratory?
Decloedt A, Hauspie S, Martle V, Gasthuys F
The development of E-learning and clinical skills resources to improve the teaching and learning of small animal wound management
Meier J, Owen L, Wager CJ
Equine Veterinary Curriculum Review: what are the strengths, weaknesses, gaps, and redundancies in the CSU Equine Curriculum?
Hendrickson DA, Varoom A, West A
Influence of skills laboratory training on students' perceived self-efficacy
Engelskirchen S, Tipold A, Ehlers J, Dilly M
Simulated clients in final year dental rotations
Donszelmann S, Whitehead A
Communication skills in veterinary industry - a qualitative approach
Gaida S, Tipold A, Dilly M
Beyond the physical skills station: student usage of clinical skills demonstration videos in veterinary clinical skills teaching
Wager CJ, Brearley JC, Allen L Clare V
An open source hardware and software platform for veterinary immersive simulation training
Fletcher DJ, Kelleher T, Weiner D
Using simulation models to teach surgical skills in developing countries
Shettko D, Ramer J
Participation in a surgical simulation review program improves performance in the live animal surgery lab
Shettko D, Hendrickson D

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