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Works citing "Enhancement of Medical Interns' Levels of Clinical Skills Competence and Self-Confidence Levels via Video iPods: Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial"

Margaret Hansen, George Oosthuizen, John Windsor, Iain Doherty, Samuel Greig, Karina McHardy, Lloyd McCann
J Med Internet Res 2011 (Mar 01); 13(1):e29 

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.1596):

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1. Salminen H, Zary N, Björklund K, Toth-Pal E, Leanderson C. Virtual Patients in Primary Care: Developing a Reusable Model That Fosters Reflective Practice and Clinical Reasoning. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(1):e3 [CrossRef]
 
2. Jang H, Kim K. Use of online clinical videos for clinical skills training for medical students: benefits and challenges. BMC Medical Education 2014;14(1):56 [CrossRef]
 
3. Hutchinson J, Pilsbury J, Hulme J. Use of cricothyroidotomy training video to improve equipment familiarity. British Journal of Anaesthesia 2013;110(5):853 [CrossRef]
 
4. Davis JS, Garcia GD, Wyckoff MM, Alsafran S, Graygo JM, Withum KF, Levine RJ, Schulman CI. Knowledge and usability of a trauma training system for general surgery residents. The American Journal of Surgery 2013;205(6):681 [CrossRef]
 
5. Hibbert EJ, Lambert T, Carter JN, Learoyd DL, Twigg S, Clarke S. A randomized controlled pilot trial comparing the impact of access to clinical endocrinology video demonstrations with access to usual revision resources on medical student performance of clinical endocrinology skills. BMC Medical Education 2013;13(1):135 [CrossRef]