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Title: A systematic review of video-based educational interventions in robotic surgical training.
Austin Authors: Larkins, Kirsten;Khan, Maryam;Mohan, Helen;Warrier, Satish;Heriot, Alexander
Affiliation: Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, 300 Grattan Street, Melbourne, VIC, 3000, Australia.
RCSI, Dublin, Ireland.
Surgery
Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, 300 Grattan Street, Melbourne, VIC, 3000, Australia.;International Medical Robotics Academy, North Melbourne, VIC, Australia.
Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, 300 Grattan Street, Melbourne, VIC, 3000, Australia.;International Medical Robotics Academy, North Melbourne, VIC, Australia.
Issue Date: Aug-2023
Date: 2023
Publication information: Journal of Robotic Surgery 2023-08; 17(4)
Abstract: As robotic surgical procedures become more prevalent in practice, there is a demand for effective and efficient educational strategies in robotic surgery. Video has been used in open and laparoscopic surgery to instruct trainees in the acquisition of operative knowledge and surgical skill. Robotic surgery is an ideal application of video-based technology given the access of video recording directly from the console. This review will present the evidence base for video-based educational tools in robotic surgery to guide the development of future educational interventions using this technology. A systematic review of the literature was performed using the key words "video" "robotic surgery" and "education". From a total of 538 results, 15 full text articles were screened. Inclusion criteria were the presentation of an educational intervention using video and the application of this intervention to robotic surgery. The results of 10 publications are presented in this review. Analysis of the key concepts presented in these publications revealed three themes: video as technology, video as instruction, video as feedback. All studies showed a video-based learning had a positive effect on educational outcomes. There are limited published studies looking specifically at the use of video as an educational intervention in robotic surgical training. Existing studies primarily focus on the use of video as a review tool for skill development. There is scope to expand the use of robotic video as a teaching tool through adaptation of novel technology such as 3D headsets and concepts of cognitive simulation including guided mental imagery and verbalisation.
URI: https://ahro.austin.org.au/austinjspui/handle/1/32809
DOI: 10.1007/s11701-023-01605-y
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Journal: Journal of Robotic Surgery
PubMed URL: 37097494
ISSN: 1863-2491
Type: Journal Article
Subjects: Education
Feedback
Robotic surgery
Training
Video
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