- Kahol K, Smith M, “Watch One, Do One, Teach One Never Again”, Academic Excellence Day Arizona Medical Education Consortium, May 2nd 2007.
- Kahol K, Smith, M. “Into the Future of Surgical training”, Grand Rounds, OBGYN Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center, Phoenix Ariz.
- Kahol K, Smith, M. “Surgical training and Simulation”, Grand Rounds, General Surgery Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center, Phoenix Ariz.
- Kahol K., Panchanathan S., Smith M., Human Centered Computing in Surgical Environments, International Journal on Systemics, cybernetics and Informatics, Jan 2007, Pg 9‐15.
- Kahol K., Leyba M., Deka M., Deka V., Mayes S., Smith M., Ferrara J., and Panchanathan S., " Effect of Fatigue on Psychomotor and Cognitive Skills," American Journal of Surgery, vol. 195(2), pp 195-204, 2008
- Kahol K., Smith M., “Cognitive surgical simulators”, accepted for publication at Springer Journal for Biomedical Informatics.
Czafranski C., Kahol K., Ghaemmaghami V., Ferrara J., Smith M., “Noise and Distractions: An educational perspective”, accepted for publication at American Journal of Surgery 2009.
Refereed Book Sections
Refereed Conferences and Workshops
“Quantitative Evaluation of Retention of Surgical
Skills Learned in Simulation” in Journal of Surgery
Education, Nov.-Dec. 2010.
Surgical Simulation” in Journal of Pediatric Surgery,
American Nurse Today, February, 2011.
Smulation is Changing Teaching: Learn About the Nation’s Largest Simulation Center,” at the PeriGen Knowledge Summit 2010, Mark Smith, MD/PhD
- “Virtual Teams at Work” at the Arizona Healthcare Executives Meeting, May, 2010. M.Smith, MD/Ph (Banner Simulation Medical Center) and L. Lemelson, (BH Corp.)
- Kahol K, Smith M, Tripathi P, et al. Gesture Based Hand Movement Analysis and Haptic Feedback for Surgical Training Medicine Meets Virtual Reality. Long Beach, Calif., 2006.
- Kahol K, McDaniel T, Smith M, et al. The effect of real-time visualization of skill on surgical training. Medicine Meets Virtual Reality. Long Beach, Calif., 2007.
- Kahol K, Smith M, Panchanathan S. Configurable Haptic Training System for Laparoscopy (Best Poster). Medicine Meets Virtual Reality. Long Beach. Calif., 2007.
- Leyba M, Kahol K, Smith M, et al. The effect of fatigue on psychomotor and cognitive skills of surgical residents Annual Meeting of American College of Surgeons 2007. Selected as best resident paper award, Haemonetics Best Paper Award, Washington DC, 2007.
- Kahol K, Sridaran A., Smith M., Panchanathan S., Physics Based Hybrid Deformation Model for Configurable Haptic Training for Virtual Surgery at Medicine Meets Virtual Reality Conference Jan. 29th --Feb. 1st 2008.
- “Actively Engaging Learners through Simulation Education & Training”- 3 hour Workshop Sept. 17, 2008 Health Care Education Association Conference, Tempe Ariz.
- Cheney C, “If I Only Knew Then What I know Now”, Laerdal Sun User Network, Keynote Speaker, Dec 1, 2010
- Cheney C, Simulation Strategy Excellence in Hospital Clinical Education, HealthStream Summit, 2011
- Cheney C, “One View of the State of Simulation for Healthcare Training”, Huntsville Modeling and Simulation Conference, Oct 28, 2010
- Cheney C, “A High Stakes Investment in Improving Outcomes Through Learning”, Huntsville Modeling and Simulation Conference, Oct 27, 2010
- Cheney C, “A High Stakes Investment in Improving Outcomes Through Learning”, ASU Polytechnic Campus Presentation, Jan 27, 2012
- Cheney C, Chavez T, Huffstutler-Petty K, Josey K, Innovative RN New Hire Orientation, Using a Virtual Simulation Hospital Experience. SSIH_ WIP Poster Presentation, Jan 2011
Chavez T, Cheney C, “using Quality Standards in Simulation Education to Improve Safe Patient Care”, IMSH Conference, Jan 2012
- Cheney C, Smith M, “Program Development, Assessment and Measures”, ACS AEI, March 2012
- Cheney C, “A High Stakes Investment in Improving Outcomes Through Learning”, AZ Simulation and Modeling Consortium, Nov 15, 2011