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Simulation Training for LMICs
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Understanding barriers and facilitators to behavior change after mplementation of an interdisciplinary surgical non-technical skills training program in Rwanda
Abahuje E, Bartuska A, Koch R et al. J Surg Educ. 2021; 78(5): 1618-1628

Experiences and perceptions of ophthalmic simulation-based surgical education in sub-Saharan Africa
Annoh R, Banks LM, Gichuhi S et al. J Surg Educ. 2021; 78(6): 1973-1984

The application of simulation-based medical education in low- and middle-income countries; the Myanmar experience
Yin Mar Oo, Nataraja RM. Semin Pediatr Surg. 2020; 29(2): 150910

Establishing a sustainable training program for laparoscopy in resource-limited settings: experience in Ghana
Kang MJ, Apea-Kubi KB, Apea-Kubi KAK. Ann Glob Health. 2020; 86(1): 89

Feasibility of simulation-based medical education in a low-income country: challenges and solutions from a 3-year pilot program in Uganda
Bulamba F, Sendagire C, Kintu A et al. Simul Healthcare. 2019; 14(2): 113-120

Using touch surgery to improve surgical education in low- and middle-income settings: a randomized control trial
Bunogerane GJ, Taylor K, Lin Y et al. J Surg Educ. 2018; 75(1): 231-237

Health care simulation in developing countries and low-resource situations
Martinerie L, Rasoaherinomenjanahary F, Ronot M et al. J Contin Educ Health Prof. 2018; 38(3): 205-212

Enhancing quality of medical care in low income and middle income countries through simulation based initiatives: recommendations of the Simnovate Global Health Domain Group
Puri L, Das J, Pai M, Agrawal P et al. BMJ Stel 2017; 3(Suppl 1): S15–S22

Efficacy of surgical simulation training in a low-income country
Tansley G, Bailey JG, Gu Y et al. World J Surg 2016; 40(11): 2643-2649

Minimal access surgery educational needs of trainees from Africa: perspectives from an Asian training institution
Ahmad JI, Mishra RK. West Afr J Med 2015; 34(1): 44-49

Does simulation-based training have a future in Africa?
Burch V. Afr J Health Prof Educ. 2014; 6(2): 117-118

Development of a simulation and skills centre in East Africa: a Rwandan-Canadian partnership
Livingston P, Bailey J, Ntakiyiruta G et al. Pan Afr Med J. 2014;  17: 315

Designing and usage of a low-cost penile model for male medical circumcision skills training in Rakai, Uganda
Kigozi G, Nkale J, Wawer M et al. Urology. 2011; 77(6): 1495-7

Addressing gaps in surgical skills training by means of low-cost simulation at Muhimbili University in Tanzania
Taché S, Mbembati N, Marshall N et al. Hum Resour Health. 2009 Jul 27; 7: 64

The case for surgical skills centre in sub-Saharan Africa: the benefits and the challenges
Dorman K, Satterthwaite L, Byrne N et al. East Cent Afr J Surg. 2007; 12(1): 4-6

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