Published on in Vol 1, No 2 (2012): Jul-Dec

The Effectiveness of an Interactive 3-Dimensional Computer Graphics Model for Medical Education

The Effectiveness of an Interactive 3-Dimensional Computer Graphics Model for Medical Education

The Effectiveness of an Interactive 3-Dimensional Computer Graphics Model for Medical Education

Journals

  1. Moro C, Štromberga Z, Raikos A, Stirling A. The effectiveness of virtual and augmented reality in health sciences and medical anatomy. Anatomical Sciences Education 2017;10(6):549 View
  2. Yammine K, Violato C. A meta-analysis of the educational effectiveness of three-dimensional visualization technologies in teaching anatomy. Anatomical Sciences Education 2015;8(6):525 View
  3. Triepels C, Smeets C, Notten K, Kruitwagen R, Futterer J, Vergeldt T, Van Kuijk S. Does three‐dimensional anatomy improve student understanding?. Clinical Anatomy 2020;33(1):25 View
  4. Wang C, Daniel B, Asil M, Khwaounjoo P, Cakmak Y. A Randomised Control Trial and Comparative Analysis of Multi-Dimensional Learning Tools in Anatomy. Scientific Reports 2020;10(1) View
  5. Steinberg V, Vakhidova L, Gabitova E. An Analysis of the Vocational-Educational Problematics for Substantiating Production Specialist Competencies. The Education and science journal 2019;21(1):59 View
  6. Bernard F, Richard P, Kahn A, Fournier H. Does 3D stereoscopy support anatomical education?. Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy 2020;42(7):843 View
  7. Clunie L, Morris N, Joynes V, Pickering J. How comprehensive are research studies investigating the efficacy of technology-enhanced learning resources in anatomy education? A systematic review. Anatomical Sciences Education 2018;11(3):303 View
  8. Lin W, Chou J, Charette J, Metz M, Harris B, Choi N. Creating virtual 3-dimensional models for teaching pre-clinical tooth preparation: Students’ usages and perceptions. European Journal of Dental Education 2018;22(3):e573 View
  9. Narváez-Hernández E, Murillo-Rábago E. Herramientas de estudio utilizadas por alumnos de ciencias de la salud en la materia de Anatomía. Investigación en Educación Médica 2014;3(12):204 View
  10. Hasenstein T, Patel K, Moore J, Meyr A. Printed 3-Dimensional Computed Tomography Scanned Ankle Fractures as an Educational Instrument. The Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery 2019;58(6):1081 View
  11. Hackett M, Proctor M. Three-Dimensional Display Technologies for Anatomical Education: A Literature Review. Journal of Science Education and Technology 2016;25(4):641 View
  12. Ruthberg J, Tingle G, Tan L, Ulrey L, Simonson-Shick S, Enterline R, Eastman H, Mlakar J, Gotschall R, Henninger E, Griswold M, Wish-Baratz S. Mixed reality as a time-efficient alternative to cadaveric dissection. Medical Teacher 2020;42(8):896 View
  13. Downer T, Gray M, Andersen P. Three-Dimensional Technology: Evaluating the Use of Visualisation in Midwifery Education. Clinical Simulation in Nursing 2020;39:27 View
  14. Kim S, Chung K. Medical information service system based on human 3D anatomical model. Multimedia Tools and Applications 2015;74(20):8939 View
  15. Zhao J, Xu X, Jiang H, Ding Y. The effectiveness of virtual reality-based technology on anatomy teaching: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled studies. BMC Medical Education 2020;20(1) View
  16. Kato A, Ziegler A, Utsumi M, Ohno K, Takeichi T. Three-dimensional imaging of internal tooth structures: Applications in dental education. Journal of Oral Biosciences 2016;58(3):100 View
  17. Kockro R, Amaxopoulou C, Killeen T, Wagner W, Reisch R, Schwandt E, Gutenberg A, Giese A, Stofft E, Stadie A. Stereoscopic neuroanatomy lectures using a three-dimensional virtual reality environment. Annals of Anatomy - Anatomischer Anzeiger 2015;201:91 View
  18. Mogali S, Yeong W, Tan H, Tan G, Abrahams P, Zary N, Low-Beer N, Ferenczi M. Evaluation by medical students of the educational value of multi-material and multi-colored three-dimensional printed models of the upper limb for anatomical education. Anatomical Sciences Education 2018;11(1):54 View
  19. Nobuoka D, Fuji T, Yoshida K, Takagi K, Kuise T, Utsumi M, Yoshida R, Umeda Y, Shinoura S, Takeda Y, Ohtsuka A. Surgical education using a multi-viewpoint and multi-layer three-dimensional atlas of surgical anatomy (with video). Journal of Hepato-Biliary-Pancreatic Sciences 2014;21(8):556 View
  20. Birbara N, Sammut C, Pather N. Virtual Reality in Anatomy: A Pilot Study Evaluating Different Delivery Modalities. Anatomical Sciences Education 2020;13(4):445 View
  21. Kim C, Jung Y, Park J. The Visible Korean: movable surface models of the hip joint. Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy 2021;43(4):559 View
  22. Bork F, Lehner A, Eck U, Navab N, Waschke J, Kugelmann D. The Effectiveness of Collaborative Augmented Reality in Gross Anatomy Teaching: A Quantitative and Qualitative Pilot Study. Anatomical Sciences Education 2020 View
  23. Chen S, Zhu J, Cheng C, Pan Z, Liu L, Du J, Shen X, Shen Z, Zhu H, Liu J, Yang H, Ma C, Pan H. Can virtual reality improve traditional anatomy education programmes? A mixed-methods study on the use of a 3D skull model. BMC Medical Education 2020;20(1) View
  24. Arents V, de Groot P, Struben V, van Stralen K. Use of 360° virtual reality video in medical obstetrical education: a quasi-experimental design. BMC Medical Education 2021;21(1) View
  25. Olumuyiwa S, Akinsola M. Interactive E-Note and Problem-Solving Strategies Effects on Junior Secondary School Students’ Achievements in Mathematics, Kaduna-Nigeria. Contemporary Mathematics and Science Education 2021;2(1):ep21008 View
  26. Li X, Dai X, Guo J, Qu Y, Wu B, Liu S, Wan D, Ai S. Application of 3D Printing and WebGL-Based 3D Visualisation Technology in Imaging Teaching of Ankle Joints. Journal of Shanghai Jiaotong University (Science) 2021;26(3):319 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Kim S, Chung K. IT Convergence and Security 2012. View
  2. Elmansouri A, Murray O, Hall S, Border S. Biomedical Visualisation. View