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Published on 05.01.16 in Vol 5, No 1 (2016): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "How to Conduct Multimethod Field Studies in the Operating Room: The iPad Combined With a Survey App as a Valid and Reliable Data Collection Tool"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.4713):

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  1. Pfarr J, Ganter MT, Spahn DR, Noethiger CB, Tscholl DW. Avatar-Based Patient Monitoring With Peripheral Vision: A Multicenter Comparative Eye-Tracking Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(7):e13041
  2. Tscholl D, Handschin L, Neubauer P, Weiss M, Seifert B, Spahn D, Noethiger C. Using an animated patient avatar to improve perception of vital sign information by anaesthesia professionals. British Journal of Anaesthesia 2018;121(3):662
  3. Grace R, Kemp L, Barnes J, Elcombe E, Knight J, Baird K, Webster V, Byrne F. Community Volunteer Support for Families With Young Children: Protocol for the Volunteer Family Connect Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Research Protocols 2018;7(7):e10000
  4. Scott SD, Albrecht L, Given LM, Arseneau D, Klassen TP. Feasibility of an Electronic Survey on iPads with In-Person Data Collectors for Data Collection with Health Care Professionals and Health Care Consumers in General Emergency Departments. JMIR Research Protocols 2016;5(2):e139
  5. Kandler L, Tscholl DW, Kolbe M, Seifert B, Spahn DR, Noethiger CB. Using educational video to enhance protocol adherence for medical procedures † †This manuscript was screened for plagiarism on September 19th, 2015 using British Journal of Anaesthesia 2016;116(5):662