Validation of an operating room immersive microlaryngoscopy simulator
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Fleming J et al. – The study is the first reported study of a high–fidelity microlaryngoscopy simulator with task–specific rating tools. Use of these tools is recommended within otolaryngology training programs, with the global rating assessment for use as a frequently used feedback tool, and the checklist assessment as a confirmatory evaluation of competency at transitions of professional training.

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