Key publications

Peer-reviewed journal articles

  1. Groenier M, Groenier KH, Miedema HAT, Broeders IAMJ. Perceptual speed and psychomotor ability predict laparoscopic skill acquisition on a simulator. J Surg Educ. 2015;72: 1224-1232. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S193172041500183X
  2. Luursema JM, Rovers MM, Groenier M, Van Goor H. Performance variables and professional experience in simulated laparoscopy: a two-group learning curve study. J Surg Educ. 2014;71: 568-573. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1931720413003140
  3. Groenier M, Schraagen JMC, Miedema HAT, Broeders IAMJ. The role of cognitive abilities in laparoscopic simulator training. Adv Health Sci Educ Theory Pract. 2014;19: 203-217. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10459-013-9455-7

Conference presentations

  1. Groenier M, Halfwerk FR, Groot Jebbink E. Simulation-based assessment of surgical skills in graduate technical-medical education. Paper presented at AMEE conference; Barcelona; 2016 August.
  2. Bellos-Grob ATM, Van Zandwijk JK, Groot Jebbink E, Burie R, Miedema HAT. Understanding knobology. Paper presented at SESAM 2015 conference; Belfast; 2015 June.
  3. Lovink AG, Weel-Baumgarten EM van, Rethans J. Selectie van simulatie- en/of gestandaardiseerde patiƫnten. Workshop presented at NVMO conference; Rotterdam; 2015 November.

Conference posters

  1. Groenier M, Halfwerk FR, Groot Jebbink E. A human factors perspective on simulation-based surgical skill assessment. Poster presented at DSSH conference; Delft; 2016 March. Best Poster Award
  2. Bellos-Grob ATM, Van Zandwijk JK, Groot Jebbink E, Burie R, Miedema HAT. Training ultrasound image plane perception for technical medicine master students. Poster presented at SESAM conference; Belfast; 2015 June.
  3. Sweep BJCC, Lovink A, Groenier M. Speeddaten voor beginners. Poster presented at NVMO conference; Rotterdam; 2015 November.