Contact

Send us your feedback

Thank you for your feedback. An email has been sent to the ESRC support team.

An error occured whilst sending your feedback. Please review the problems below.

Our Research Catalogue contains grants and outputs data up until April/May 2014.

'Bilateral (Hong Kong):' Gaze strategies of laparoscopy surgeons: Observational learning, implicit knowledge and performance in demanding conditions

Grant reference: RES-000-22-3016

« View grant details

Journal article details

Differences in the visuomotor control of experts and novices performing a virtual reality TURP
Article in British Journal of Medical & Surgical Urology
10.1016/j.bjmsu.2011.06.010
English

Primary contributor

Author A. Bright

Additional contributors

Co-author S.J. Vine
Co-author M.R. Wilson
Co-author J.S. McGrath

Additional details

4
5
Yes
1875-9742
Elsevier
01 September 2011
218-219
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Post-print
British journal of medical and surgical urology

Cite this outcome

Harvard

Bright, A. et al (2011) Differences in the visuomotor control of experts and novices performing a virtual reality TURP. British journal of medical and surgical urology. 4 (5), pp. 218-219 Amsterdam, Netherlands: Elsevier.

Vancouver

Bright A. et al. Differences in the visuomotor control of experts and novices performing a virtual reality TURP. British journal of medical and surgical urology 2011; 4 (5): 218-219.