Presentations

I have presented my research on several national and international conferences and meetings on topics relating mainly to medical education, virtual reality simulation training, surgical skills training and otology.

  Oral presentations


2017

Andersen SA. Virtual reality simulation training of mastoidectmy. Experiences, evidence and evolution. Danish Otosurgical Society, Nyborg, 12 October.

Andersen SA. The use of VR and AR in surgical training and Evidence-based simulation training of surgical skills. Network for VR/AR in Education and Professional Training, Copenhagen, 10 October.

Andersen SA, Foghsgaard S, Cayé-Thomasen P, Sørensen MS. [Distribueret virtual reality simulationstrænings effekt på dissektionspræstationen i mastoidektomi]. Danish Society for Otorhinolaryngology—Head & Neck Surgery annual meeting, Nyborg Strand, 20–21 April.

2016

Andersen SA, Konge L, Mikkelsen PT, Cayé-Thomasen P, Sørensen MS. Mapping the performance plateau of novices in directed, self-regulated virtual reality surgical simulation training. Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) conference, Barcelona, 27–31 August.

Andersen SA, Foghsgaard S, Konge L, Cayé-Thomasen P, Sørensen MS. The effect of virtual reality simulation training on mastoidectomy dissection performance. Danish Society for Otorhinolaryngology—Head & Neck Surgery annual meeting, Nyborg Strand, 12–13 May.

2015

Andersen SA, Konge L, Cayé-Thomasen P, Sørensen MS. Learning curves of virtual mastoidectomy: the effect of distributed and massed practice. Danish Society for Medical Education annual meeting, Odense, 5 November.

Andersen SA, Öhman MC, Sørensen MS. The stability of stapedotomy and the need for routine follow-up: is the 1-year follow-up obsolete?. Danish Society for Otorhinolaryngology—Head & Neck Surgery annual meeting, Nyborg Strand, 22–23 May.

Andersen SA, Konge L, Cayé-Thomasen P, Sørensen MS. Learning curves of virtual mastodectomy: How and how much should you practice?. Danish Society for Otorhinolaryngology—Head & Neck Surgery annual meeting, Nyborg Strand, 22–23 May.

2014

Andersen SA, Konge L, Mikkelsen PT, Cayé-Thomasen P, Sørensen MS. Cognitive load in virtual reality simulation compared to traditional dissection skills training of mastoidectomy. Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) conference, Milan, 1–3 September.

Andersen SA, Mikkelsen PT, Sørensen MS. Virtual simulation training in mastoidectomy: The Visible Ear Experience. 32nd congress of the Nordic Association of Otolaryngology, Copenhagen, 21–24 May.

Andersen SA, Glad H, Sørensen MS. Graft take-rates and bias in reporting graft take-rates in tympanoplasty. Results from a Danish prospective ear surgery database. 32nd congress of the Nordic Association of Otolaryngology, Copenhagen, 21–24 May.

2013

Andersen SA, Sørensen MS. A novel and integrated tutor function in the Visible Ear Simulator provides better learning compared to traditional training of ORL residents. Association for Medical Education in Europe, Prague, 24–28 August.

Andersen SA. Current status on virtual simulation training in temporal bone surgery and the Visible Ear Simulator experience. 2nd congress of the European Academy of Otorhinolaryngology—Head & Neck Surgery, Nice 27–30 April.

  Invited talks and presentations


2017

Andersen SA, Melchiors J. “Simulation in ENT training” in symposium on “Teaching surgical skills”. 33th Congress of the Nordic Association of Otolaryngology, Göteborg, 31 May–3 June.

Andersen SA. “Ph.d.-presentation: Virtual reality simulation training of mastoidectomy – studies on novice performance”. Danish Society for Otorhinolaryngology—Head & Neck Surgery, Nyborg Strand, 20–21 April.

2016

Andersen SA. Distributed, self-directed virtual reality simulation training of mastoidectomy and expert sampling for automated feedback and assessment. Rigshospitalet/Lund Meeting, Dept. of Otorhinolaryngology—Head& Neck Surgery, Rigshospitalet, 16 December.

Andersen SA. Distributed learning. Danish Society for Medical Education, Symposium, Vejle Sygehus, 22 August.

Andersen SA. Performance plateau, cognitive load and other challenges in surgival skills training. How can simulation be part of the solution?. Danish Society for Otorhinolaryngology—Head & Neck Surgery, Nyborg Strand, 12–13 May.

2015

Andersen SA. Temporal bone simulation. 12th Öresund symposium, Rigshospitalet, 1 December.

Andersen SA. Temporal bone surgical simulation training. Research day, the Center for Head and Orthopedics, Rigshospitalet, 16 September.

2013

Andersen SA. Simulation training of temporal bone surgery. Students Association for Otorhinolaryngology, Copenhagen, 25 September.

  Posters and poster presentations


2017

Andersen SA, Sørensen MS. Transfer of Cognitive Load after Distributed Virtual Reality Simulation Training. Danish Society for Medical Education, Copenhagen, November 9.

Sørensen MS, Mikkelsen PT, Andersen SA. The world’s best temporal bone simulator is both free and from Rigshospitalet. Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen, 4 October.

Jørgensen MJ, Andersen SA, Melchiors J. Development of a tool assessing technical skills in handheld otoscopy using a Delphi methodology. Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen, 4 October.

Andersen SA, Sørensen MS. Virtual reality simulation training of mastoidectomy improves residents’ cadaveric dissection performance. 33th Congress of the Nordic Association of Otolaryngology, Göteborg, 31 May–3 June.

Andersen SA, Sørensen MS. Sampling of the expert performance for evidence-based metrics in virtual reality simulation—an investigation of the localized sub-goal theory. 17th International Meeting of the society for Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH), Orlando, FL, USA, 28 January–1 February.

2015

Aabenhus K, Sørensen MS, Andersen SA. How much follow-up after tympanoplasty is needed? A prospective database study evaluating the stability of hearing after tympanoplasty. Danish Society for Otorhinolaryngology—Head & Neck Surgery annual meeting, Nyborg Strand, 22–23 May. Awarded 1st prize for best poster.

2013

Andersen SA, Konge L, Cayé-Thomasen P, Sørensen MS. Otorhinolaryngology residents perform better in virtual reality simulation than in traditional dissection training. Danish Society for Medical Education annual meeting, Aarhus, 7 November.

Andersen SA. Factors influencing on end-product scores in virtual and dissection mastoidectomy training of residents. Danish Society for Otorhinolaryngology—Head & Neck Surgery, Nyborg, 4–5 April.

Workshops


2017

Brydges R, Cheung J, Kirou-Mauro A, Andersen SA, Thinggaard E, Konge L. Should I trust my learners to train independently? Designing and optimizing healthcare simulation training for self-regulated learning. AMEE Conference, Helsinki, Aug. 28.

2016

Andersen SA, Thinggaard E. “Letting go” – how to apply principles of Directed Self-Regulated Learning in unsupervised technical skills training. AMEE Conference, Barcelona, Aug 27.