Published on in Vol 3, No 2 (2016): Apr-Jun

Do Patients Look Up Their Therapists Online? An Exploratory Study Among Patients in Psychotherapy

Do Patients Look Up Their Therapists Online? An Exploratory Study Among Patients in Psychotherapy

Do Patients Look Up Their Therapists Online? An Exploratory Study Among Patients in Psychotherapy

Authors of this article:

Christiane Eichenberg 1 Author Orcid Image ;   Adam Sawyer 2 Author Orcid Image

Journals

  1. Lorenzo-Alvarez R, Pavia-Molina J, Sendra-Portero F. Exploring the Potential of Undergraduate Radiology Education in the Virtual World Second Life with First-cycle and Second-cycle Medical Students. Academic Radiology 2018;25(8):1087 View
  2. Pottle J. Virtual reality and the transformation of medical education. Future Healthcare Journal 2019;6(3):181 View
  3. Jacklin S, Maskrey N, Chapman S. Improving Shared Decision Making Between Patients and Clinicians: Design and Development of a Virtual Patient Simulation Tool. JMIR Medical Education 2018;4(2):e10088 View
  4. Balian S, McGovern S, Abella B, Blewer A, Leary M. Feasibility of an augmented reality cardiopulmonary resuscitation training system for health care providers. Heliyon 2019;5(8):e02205 View
  5. Lorenzo-Alvarez R, Ruiz-Gomez M, Sendra-Portero F. Medical Students' and Family Physicians' Attitudes and Perceptions Toward Radiology Learning in the Second Life Virtual World. American Journal of Roentgenology 2019;212(6):1295 View
  6. Plch L. Perception of Technology-Enhanced Learning by Medical Students: an Integrative Review. Medical Science Educator 2020;30(4):1707 View
  7. Lorenzo‐Alvarez R, Rudolphi‐Solero T, Ruiz‐Gomez M, Sendra‐Portero F. Game‐Based Learning in Virtual Worlds: A Multiuser Online Game for Medical Undergraduate Radiology Education within Second Life. Anatomical Sciences Education 2020;13(5):602 View
  8. Leary M, McGovern S, Balian S, Abella B, Blewer A. A Pilot Study of CPR Quality Comparing an Augmented Reality Application vs. a Standard Audio-Visual Feedback Manikin. Frontiers in Digital Health 2020;2 View
  9. Agasthya N, Penfil S, Slamon N. Virtual Reality Simulation for Pediatric Airway Intubation Readiness Education. Cureus 2020 View
  10. Said J, Schwartz A. Remote Medical Education: Adapting Kern’s Curriculum Design to Tele-teaching. Medical Science Educator 2021;31(2):805 View
  11. Kaldheim H, Fossum M, Munday J, Johnsen K, Slettebø Å. A qualitative study of perioperative nursing students' experiences of interprofessional simulation‐based learning. Journal of Clinical Nursing 2021;30(1-2):174 View
  12. Berg H, Steinsbekk A. The effect of self-practicing systematic clinical observations in a multiplayer, immersive, interactive virtual reality application versus physical equipment: a randomized controlled trial. Advances in Health Sciences Education 2021;26(2):667 View
  13. Yap K, Tan S, Yap K. Students’ Perceptions of an In-house Developed Multiplayer Online Role-playing Serious Game for Learning of 21st Century Skills – a Cross Sectional Study. International Journal of Digital Health 2021;1(1) View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Pottle J, Zhou J. Comprehensive Healthcare Simulation: ECMO Simulation. View