Humanitas EDU supports professionals, scientific societies, associations and companies in the research and development of new medical and scientific technologies. Here’s a list of publications and contributes in which Humanitas Edu collaborated.

Assessing anaesthesiology and intensive care specialty physicians: An Italian language multisource feedback system, 2021-04

Augmented Reality Learning Environment for Basic Life Support and Defibrillation Training: Usability Study, 2020-05

Cognitive appraisals and team performance under stress: A simulation study, 2020-02

Potential harm caused by physicians’ a-priori beliefs in the clinical effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine and its impact on clinical and economic outcome – A simulation approach, 2021-04

– Research in simulation: a bibliometric overview,┬áSESAM 2021

Sharing Mechanical Ventilator: In Vitro Evaluation of Circuit Cross-Flows and Patient Interactions, 2021-07

Use of backboards in cardiopulmonary resuscitation: a systematic review and meta-analysis, 2021-06