Laparoscopic Interaction Learning Model: Decomposing Expert Surgeon Knowledge To Develop Novice Surgeon Knowledge Comprehension
- Laparoscopic Interaction Learning Model: Decomposing Expert Surgeon Knowledge To Develop Novice Surgeon Knowledge Comprehension
- 누르마야; 리사 위야르탄티; 권규현
- level of expertise; cognitive apprenticeship; surgery task model; laparoscopic
- Issue Date
- 2013 13th International Conference on Control, Automation and Systems (ICCAS 2013)
- Transferring experts’ surgical procedure knowledge is required to improve novices’ surgical skill in laparoscopic environment. As surgeons have different level of expertise, this differentiation becomes one of the obstacles to the construction of novices’ knowledge comprehension by utilizing experts’ knowledge. To overcome this problem, we decompose experts’ knowledge presentation while aiming to build knowledge comprehension in novices’ surgeon using surgery task model as a knowledge representation of laparoscopic suturing task. The proposed laparoscopic interaction learning model is a mediator of learning that adapts cognitive apprenticeship method. This laparoscopic interaction learning model can be a solution to overcome the problem when delivering experts’ knowledge in laparoscopic environment.
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