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

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Journal article details

Clarifying assumptions about intraoperative stress during surgical performance : more than a stab in the dark : reply
Response Letter
10.1007/s00268-011-1373-3
English

Primary contributor

Author Mark Wilson

Additional contributors

Co-author Neha Malhotra
Co-author Jamie Poolton
Co-author Rich Masters

Additional details

36
2
Yes
0364-2313
Springer
01 February 2012
481-482
New York, NY
Post-print
World journal of surgery

Files

Wilson_clarifying.pdf (.pdf / 114kb)

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Harvard

Wilson, Mark et al (2012) Clarifying assumptions about intraoperative stress during surgical performance : more than a stab in the dark : reply. World journal of surgery. 36 (2), pp. 481-482 New York, NY: Springer.

Vancouver

Wilson Mark et al. Clarifying assumptions about intraoperative stress during surgical performance : more than a stab in the dark : reply. World journal of surgery 2012; 36 (2): 481-482.