Published on in Vol 21, No 11 (2019): November

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/15459, first published .
Medical Students’ Experiences and Outcomes Using a Virtual Human Simulation to Improve Communication Skills: Mixed Methods Study

Medical Students’ Experiences and Outcomes Using a Virtual Human Simulation to Improve Communication Skills: Mixed Methods Study

Medical Students’ Experiences and Outcomes Using a Virtual Human Simulation to Improve Communication Skills: Mixed Methods Study

Journals

  1. Wang W, Zhang J, Hennessy D, Yin W. Do Only-Children Communicate Better Than Non-Only Children?. Journal of Comparative Family Studies 2020;51(1):84 View
  2. Plackett R, Kassianos A, Timmis J, Sheringham J, Schartau P, Kambouri M. Using Virtual Patients to Explore the Clinical Reasoning Skills of Medical Students: Mixed Methods Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(6):e24723 View
  3. Escribano S, Juliá-Sanchis R, García-Sanjuán S, Congost-Maestre N, Cabañero-Martínez M. Psychometric properties of the Attitudes towards Medical Communication Scale in nursing students. PeerJ 2021;9:e11034 View
  4. Gillespie G, Farra S, Regan S, Brammer S. Impact of immersive virtual reality simulations for changing knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors. Nurse Education Today 2021;105:105025 View
  5. Reger G, Norr A, Gramlich M, Buchman J. Virtual Standardized Patients for Mental Health Education. Current Psychiatry Reports 2021;23(9) View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Battegazzorre E, Bottino A, Lamberti F. Intelligent Technologies for Interactive Entertainment. View