Journal of Clinical Respiratory Medicine

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Short Communication - Journal of Clinical Respiratory Medicine (2022) Volume 6, Issue 4

A lung biopsy simulator's assessment including judgment trial surveillance.

Surveys of pulmonology fellows and attending doctors, however, show a notable difference in bronchoscopy experience both during training and later in practise. There is a greater need to provide better methods to teach bronchoscopy and measure bronchoscopy expertise due to the declining number of bronchoscopies conducted and the continual development of new technology and procedures. The transfer of skills from the real world to the simulation must first be successful. If simulators are to be used to assess trainees' bronchoscopy skill, it is critical to consider how successfully abilities learned through actual bronchoscopy transfer to the simulation. Author(s): Ling Nuo

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