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      Surgical trainee assessment using a VE knee arthroscopy training system (VE-KATS): experimental results.

      Studies in health technology and informatics
      Arthroscopy, Computer-Assisted Instruction, Humans, Internship and Residency, Knee, surgery, Orthopedics, education, User-Computer Interface

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          Previous work has described the development of a Virtual Environment Knee Arthroscopy Training System (VE-KATS): a collaborative project between the Orthopaedic Department, Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust, Hull, U.K., and the Department of Computer Science, University of Hull, U.K. This work describes the initial results obtained by Orthopaedic Surgical Trainees using VE-KATS. The results showed that differences between individual trainees could be measured using the scoring system incorporated within VE-KATS. There was a weak correlation with the seniority of the surgical trainees.

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