Professor of Surgery & Chair on Simulation, Serious Gaming and Applied Mobile Healthcare, University of Amsterdam
Professor Marlies Schijven (born in 1969) researches the field of mHealth, Simulation and Serious Gaming. On the 28th of October 2013; she was the first surgeon livestreaming an abdominal operation to YouTube directly using GoogleGlass. She is program leader and EU lead researcher of the OR Black Box™ system.
Prof. Schijven is known for her publications in the area of surgery (achalasia and reflux disease), m-health, e-health, wearable technology, medical education and simulation technology. She is an expert in the area of virtual reality medical simulation, serious gaming, validation studies and validation processes; processes; and guides many PhD residents on these topics.
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Posted on 24.11.2016
Gaming and simulations can engage surgeons in ways that traditional medical education does not, says Professor Marlies Schijven who has shown the power of play in improving surgical skills. As a surgeon, game developer and app inventor – among other things – she is also on the cutting edge of using wearable technologies in the operating […]