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Landman, H.M. (author), van Paassen, M.M. (author), Groen, Eric L. (author), Bronkhorst, Adelbert W. (author), Mulder, M. (author)
Objective: This study tested whether simulator-based training of pilot responses to unexpected or novel events can be improved by including unpredictability and variability in training scenarios. Background: Current regulations allow for highly predictable and invariable training, which may not be sufficient to prepare pilots for unexpected...
journal article 2018
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Sharei Amarghan, H. (author), Alderliesten, Tanja (author), van den Dobbelsteen, J.J. (author), Dankelman, J. (author)
Guidewires and catheters are used during minimally invasive interventional procedures to traverse in vascular system and access the desired position. Computer models are increasingly being used to predict the behavior of these instruments. This information can be used to choose the right instrument for each case and increase the success rate...
review 2018
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Landman, H.M. (author), Groen, Eric L. (author), van Paassen, M.M. (author), Bronkhorst, Adelbert W. (author), Mulder, M. (author)
Objective: A conceptual model is proposed in order to explain pilot performance in surprising and startling situations. Background: Today’s debate around loss of control following in-flight events and the implementation of upset prevention and recovery training has highlighted the importance of pilots’ ability to deal with unexpected events....
journal article 2017
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van der Graaff, Erik (author), Hoozemans, Marco (author), Pasteuning, Maurice (author), Veeger, H.E.J. (author), Beek, Peter J. (author)
It has often been shown that performance and learning in movement tasks may be improved by focusing on the effect of the movement in the environment (external focus of attention) instead of the movement itself (internal focus of attention). Nevertheless, most coaching instructions and feedback information given in sports seem to favor an...
journal article 2017
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Lousberg, L.H.M.J. (author), Heintz, J.L. (author), Prins, M. (author)
Problems that present project managers have to deal with are more and more concerning complexity, i.e. unexpected, uncertain, unstable or unique situations. This seems also the case with sustainable building projects. It is therefore necessary that project managers are trained to deal with these problems, especially by learning from their...
conference paper 2015
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López Royo, M. (author), Burgmeijer, M. (author), Verhagen, H.J. (author)
Sectoral professionals, like coastal engineers, need to know how to cooperate in a multi-disciplinary environment, as well as how to present substantial information to (political) decision makers. In order to train (coastal engineering) students in this matter, Unesco-IHE and TU Delft have in their curriculum an Integrated Coastal Zone...
conference paper 2015
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Rodrigues, S.P. (author), Horeman, T. (author), Blomjous, M.S.H. (author), Hiemstra, E. (author), Van den Dobbelsteen, J.J. (author), Jansen, F.W. (author)
Background The aim of this study was to examine the influence of training under direct vision prior to training with indirect vision on the learning curve of the laparoscopic suture task. Methods Novices were randomized in two groups. Group 1 performed three suturing tasks in a transparent laparoscopic box trainer under direct vision followed by...
journal article 2015
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Horeman, T. (author)
In laparoscopic surgery, special instruments with long and slender shafts are inserted through small incisions in the abdominal wall. A laparoscope is used for a clear vision inside the inflated abdominal cavity while laparoscopic graspers and cutters are used for manipulation of tissue. The use of long instruments makes it difficult to “feel”...
doctoral thesis 2014
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Van Hove, P.D. (author)
The objective of this thesis is to improve laparoscopic surgical skills training and assessment with an emphasis on equipment-related safety and competence. A comparison was made between a hospital and a petrochemical company and showed that employees at the petrochemical company were trained and certified in equipment handling much more...
doctoral thesis 2013
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Kolfschoten, G.L. (author), De Vreede, G.J. (author), Pietron, L.R. (author)
This paper presents a training approach to support the deployment of collaboration process support according to the Collaboration Engineering approach. In Collaboration Engineering, practitioners in an organization are trained to facilitate a specific collaborative work practice on a recurring basis. To transfer the complex skill set of a...
journal article 2011
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Burgmeijer, M.A. (author), Verhagen, H.J. (author), Van der Wegen, M. (author)
Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM) is an interdisciplinary process by definition. Individual actors in CZM need to cooperate and communicate to come to an optimum management strategy for the coastal zone. Because engineers focus on finding the “best” solution in engineering terms, they often are quite surprised that in the end of the day...
conference paper 2011
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Van Rooijen, V. (author), De Voogd-Claessen, L. (author), Lauche, K. (author), Jeanne, V. (author), Van der Vliet, R. (author)
This paper reports the development of a new product for unrestrained heart rate measurement to provide feedback and target training efforts in professional swimming. While training is considered to be the key to becoming a top athlete, little is known about how to determine the right training course for individual athletes (Maase, 2009, ). In...
journal article 2010
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Chmarra, M.K. (author), Klein, S. (author), De Winter, J.C.F. (author), Jansen, F.W. (author), Dankelman, J. (author)
Background - From the clinical point of view, it is important to recognize residents’ level of expertise with regard to basic psychomotor skills. For that reason, surgeons and surgical organizations (e.g., Acreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, ACGME) are calling for assessment tools that credential residents as technically...
journal article 2009
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Pluyter, J.R. (author), Buzink, S.N. (author), Rutkowski, A.F. (author), Jakimowicz, J.J. (author)
Background. Surgeons perform complex tasks while exposed to multiple distracting sources that may increase stress in the operating room (e.g., music, conversation, and unadapted use of sophisticated technologies). This study aimed to examine whether such realistic social and technological distracting conditions may influence surgical performance...
journal article 2009
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Chmarra, M.K. (author), Dankelman, J. (author), Van den Dobbelsteen, J.J. (author), Jansen, F.W. (author)
Background - Not much is known about the exact role offorce feedback in laparoscopy. This study aimed to determine whether force feedback influences movements of instruments during training in laparoscopic tasks and whether force feedback is required for training in basic laparoscopic force application tasks. Methods - A group of 19 gynecologic...
journal article 2008
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Verdaasdonk, E.G. (author), Dankelman, J. (author), Lange, J.F. (author), Stassen, L.P.S. (author)
Background - It is desirable that surgical trainees are proficient in basic laparoscopic motor skills (eye–hand coordination). The present study evaluated the use of predefined proficiency criteria on a basic virtual reality (VR) simulator in preparation for a laparoscopic course on animal models. Methods - Twenty-eight surgical trainees who...
journal article 2008
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Chmarra, M.K. (author), Jansen, F.W. (author), Grimbergen, C.A. (author), Dankelman, J. (author)
Aims- Minimally invasive surgery (MIS) requires a high degree of eye–hand coordination from the surgeon. To facilitate the learning process, objective assessment systems based on analysis of the instruments’ motion are being developed. To investigate the influence of performance on motion characteristics, we examined goaloriented movements in a...
journal article 2007
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Icke, J. (author)
report 2006
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Beumer, J.J. (author)
Digital information is becoming increasingly integrated in our daily life. We can communicate with each other via e-mail and exchange documents, photographs and video fragments and use webcams during a telephone call ("nice for the kids"). Digital information is used in education to communicate with other students and teachers and it is used for...
doctoral thesis 2006
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Verhagen, H.J. (author)
Coastal engineering is a complex art. At this moment a limited number of phenomena can understood with the help of the laws of physics and fluid mechanics. For the remainder, formulas have been developed with limited accuracy. In addition, input data are also limited available, and form another source of uncertainty. Consequently, a sound...
conference paper 2005
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