“The Ward”: A simulation game for nursing students. Patient-centered apps may be used to help monitor the progress of an individual’s nutrition, daily physical activity, physical therapy and more. Sailer, M., Hense, J. U., Mayr, S. K., & Mandl, H. (2017). Due to the rapidly growing body of information and proliferation of different types of game-based learning (e.g. 2016; McCoy et al. Whether or not increased use ensured improved learning remained uncertain. The conceptual framework we used in this study originated from serious games. Springer Nature remains neutral with regard to jurisdictional claims in published maps and institutional affiliations. Game-style engagement can bring an element of enjoyment to otherwise dull or challenging tasks, thus it will become a vital aspect of training, personal health, business, and education. International Journal of Caring Sciences, 10(1), 464–470. A total of 44 studies were eligible for inclusion in our systematic review (Table 1). (2008). 2010) were resolved by consensus discussion among all members of the research team, which yielded three additional studies. First, gamification research is still much in its infancy, it should be recognized that positive results may have been overreported due to a publication bias (Kerr et al. 2011). Gamification and learning: A review of issues and research. and Sales G.C. Since we explicitly added “game-intention” to our definitions of gamification, serious games and simulations, there may have been subjectivity in our decision-making process for inclusion/exclusion of studies. Yet, we tried to include as many relevant articles as possible by basing our search on a list of 52 game elements and Lander’s framework (Landers 2014; Marczewski 2017). Computers in Human Behavior, 39, 371–380. Consider the value proposition of using gamification to engage consumers and employees in a way that permanently changes their behavior. (2018). In addition, we would like to emphasize the need for design-based research using well-defined controlled groups to find out whether gamified interventions work (justification research). In Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Including Subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics). Student perceptions of gamified audience response system interactions in large group lectures and via lecture capture technology Approaches to teaching and learning. However, little is known about the concept of gamification and its possible working mechanisms. 1997) and Deliberate Practice Theory (Butt et al. (2004). Intervention studies with the conflict/challenge attribute particularly used competition (n = 21). Jacobs, J. W., & Dempsey, J. V. (1993). What is the theoretical rationale for implementing gamified learning in health professions education? Boysen, P. G., 2nd, Daste, L., & Northern, T. (2016). Coding was relatively easy which may imply that game-elements are over-generalized. 2017; Seaborn and Fels 2015). In Proceedings of the Annual Hawaii international conference on system sciences. Dankbaar, M. E. W., Richters, O., Kalkman, C. J., Prins, G., Ten Cate, O. T. J., van Merrienboer, J. J. G., et al. Obstetrics & Gynecology,. To take advantage of gamification, healthcare leaders must: Think differently. Virtual gaming simulation for nursing education: An experiment. 2011; Szyma 2014), we did not set a timeframe for our search since individual game elements were used in a non-game context long before the term “gamification” was coined and appeared in scientific literature. In: Dempsey, J.V. Gamification of health professions education: a systematic review Discussion. Chen, P. H., Roth, H., Galperin-Aizenberg, M., Ruutiainen, A. T., Gefter, W., & Cook, T. S. (2017). Rules of play: Game design fundamentals. Cook, N. F., McAloon, T., O’Neill, P., & Beggs, R. (2012). 2014; Mekler et al. (2017). In Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Including Subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics). Oxford English Dictionary Online. 1997). Fishing for pharmacology success: Gaming as an active learning strategy. Journal of Computer Based Instruction, 15, 40–47. Validity evidence for Surgical Improvement of Clinical Knowledge Ops: A novel gaming platform to assess surgical decision making. Disagreement between researchers was resolved by discussion. Then, we summarized the contexts in which the gamification interventions took place and their underlying theories. (2012) and Wilson et al. Zuk, R. (2012). Adami, F., & Cecchini, M. (2014). Burkey, D. D., Anastasio, D. D., & Suresh, A. Gamification in medtech is a very new area, especially if you’re talking specifically about health and medicines, whereby there is a lot of legislation and costs, such as clinical trials and … War games: using an online game to teach medical students about survival during conflict “When my survival instincts kick in, what am I truly capable of in times of conflict?”. Deliberate Practice Theory was applied to develop an educational tool using game-elements (such as points and time constrains) and virtual reality to practice urinary catheterization in nursing education (Butt et al. Gamification in healthcare supports behavioral change in patient population, encouraging self management and better patient engagement. Tilley, N., & Pawson, R. (2000). Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Educational Technology Publications. Gamification in medical school is a way to engage students and help them learn outside the traditional book or lecture setting. Lamb, L. C., DiFiori, M. M., Jayaraman, V., Shames, B. D., & Feeney, J. M. (2017). Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press. In three out of the seven clarification studies, the authors referred to Experiential Learning Theory (El Tantawi et al. They must stay abreast of technological advances to ensure that they’re relevant to their customer base. Susi, T., Johannesson, M., & Backlund, P. (2007). We did not find any negative outcome of the use of gamification in health professions education. Systematic reviews in medical education: A practical approach: AMEE Guide 94. Some of the 52 game elements and attributes were omitted from the search as they were too broad and generated a huge amount of hits (e.g., ‘environment’, ‘scarcity’, ‘consequences’), irrelevant hits or as they did not generate any hits (e.g. (2007). The examination game. Using conflict/challenge and assessment attributes, especially competition and scoring, therefore seemed to positively influence learning. Academic Radiology, 24(11), 1428–1435. For instance, in studies referring to ELT (El Tantawi et al. (2010). - 126.96.36.199. Organizations do this through a range of healthcare and therapy apps as well as remote patient monitoring. A proper theory was also lacking or not presented. 2008). (2013). The “simulation roulette” game. Journal of Graduate Medical Education, 8(3), 442–443. Egger, M., Zellweger-Zähner, T., Schneider, M., Junker, C., Lengeler, C., & Antes, G. (1997). Games and interactive apps can help patients become their own care advocates, helping them develop their understanding of the best nutrition, exercise, rest, and recovery principles and empowering them to monitor their own progress along the way. Comparing a group of participants who took part in a gamified learning activity with a group of participants who did not take part in any learning activity is an example of a confounded comparison (Adami and Cecchini 2014). 2017; Sailer et al. In Gamification in education and business, pp. Our search identified 5044 articles, of which 38 met the inclusion criteria on the basis of full-text screening. Simulation and Gaming, 20, 217–266. Ericsson, K. A., Krampe, R. T., & Tesch-Römer, C. (1993). 2000; Kolb and Boyatzis 2001). Hintzman, D. L. (1976). (2012). Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 7, 473–489. Gamification and education: A literature review. Gamification in health and fitness apps. In doing so, we can build on existing theories and gain a practical and comprehensive understanding of how to select the right game elements for the right educational context and the right type of student. We systematically searched the literature for publications on the use of game elements in health professions education. 2016. p. 589–90. Nemer, L. B., Kalin, D., Fiorentino, D., Garcia, J. J., & Estes, C. M. (2016). Business and Information Systems Engineering, 5, 275–278. 2011). Bhaskar, A. The strategy is to use rewards for users … Virtual reality training for endoscopic surgery: Voluntary or obligatory? Salen, K., & Zimmerman, E. (2004). 2016; McCoy et al. In interventions applying the game attribute assessment, for example, the elements scoring and rewards are frequently used. Game mechanics include things like: Points & Levels; Progress Bars; Badges; Leaderboards; These mechanics are pretty much the only si m ilarity between games and gamification. Serious Gaming and Gamification interventions for health professional education. Møllerand, A. P., & Jennions, M. D. (2001). Gamification of the work floor: A literature review of gamifying production and logistics operations. Based on the scarcity of high-quality studies on processes underlying the effects of gamified educational interventions, we urgently call for more high-quality clarification research. In seven studies, theoretical assumptions were affirmed or refuted, based on the results of the study (Table 1). This shift in attention from task to competition might, therefore, come at the expense of students’ performance and even their intrinsic motivation to learn (Reeve and Deci 1996). 2016; Creutzfel dt et al. 165–186. 2015). The intervention group participated in a gamified, spaced learning activity comprising three game elements: competition, space-learning and scoring. As a form of triangulation and to assess the level of agreement between the researchers, a random sample of 10% of the excluded articles was double screened by the other members of the team. Seaborn, K., & Fels, D. I. Although all theories we identified in this review were useful in clarifying research findings in the field of gamification of education and learning, it remains difficult to explain on the basis of these theories why specific game attributes or combinations of them should be preferred over others. We formulated five principal research questions that guided this systematic review: What are the contexts in which game elements are used in health sciences education? Medical Education, 42, 128–133. Kumar, J. This opens new ways for educators to carefully experiment with the way they teach and implement gamified learning in their curricula. Game Studies, 14(1). 2015): General information (e.g., author, title and publication year), participant characteristics (including demographics and sample size) and characteristics of the educational content (including topic and the context in which the topic is presented, e.g. 2008), which we felt should also apply to research on game-based learning in general and gamification in particular (Caponetto et al. In this sense, gamification could be seen as an experimental educational tool to resolve behavioural or attitudinal problems towards learning which, therefore, may improve learning outcomes. De-Marcos, L., Domínguez, A., Saenz-De-Navarrete, J., & Pagés, C. (2014). Gamification as an Effective Learning Tool in Healthcare Education: A Review Surajit Goon, Shreyashi Kundu, D. Roy Published 2016 In this review article, a World Wide Web based survey has been conducted to find the efficacy, benefits and compatibility of “Gamification” as an excellent learning tool in healthcare studies. Gruder, C. L. (1971). The AMA Accelerating Change in Medical Education Consortium … 2013; Huotari and Hamari 2012, 2017; Kumar 2013; Muntean 2011; Perrotta et al. Advances in Health Sciences Education, 21(3), 505–521. The increased autonomy in the pursuit of knowledge is assumed to result in higher motivation (Knowles 1980). An online spaced-education game among clinicians improves their patients’ time to blood pressure control a randomized controlled trial. Innovative Patient Safety Curriculum Using iPAD Game (PASSED) Improved Patient Safety Concepts in Undergraduate Medical Students. Butt, A. L., Kardong-Edgren, S., & Ellertson, A. We calculated individual total MERSQI scores, mean scores and standard deviations. From a management perspective, gamification can be defined as a process for enhancing a service with opportunities for gameful experiences in order to support the user's overall value creation. 2014). In Environment. (2011). (2015). 2014; Petrucci et al. Academy of Management Journal, 20, 132–141. Journal of Medical Education, 42(10), 974–975. After this reflection, learners think of ways to improve themselves and, after this abstract conceptualization, they will try to improve their behaviours accordingly (Kolb et al. (2014). Because of the study design, we were not able to disentangle whether competition, spaced learning, scoring, or a combination of them had caused the effect. As already mentioned, gamification has been considered as one of the emergent teaching technologies in education (Johnson et al., 2014). Fleiszer, D., Fleiszer, T., & Russell, R. (1997). residency) (n = 15), followed by nursing (n = 7), dental (n = 1), pharmacy (n = 1), osteopathic (n = 1), allied health (n = 1), speech language and hearing pathology students (n = 1) or a mix of students of different professional courses (n = 3) (Table 1). So even though repetition is vital for knowledge retention, increased repetition of the learning material in gamified interventions might not necessarily benefit learning, especially when students get distracted by game elements. Montrezor, L. H. (2016). That’s the game I’m in. The purpose of this systematic review was to provide a comprehensive overview of the use and effectiveness of gamification in health professions education and to add to the existing research on gamification in several ways. Health professions educators increasingly turn to gamification to optimize students’ learning outcomes. 2014; Subhash and Cudney 2018) and health professions education (Gentry et al. Wilton, Conn.: Association Press. Journal of the American Medical Association, 298, 1002–1009. Longmuir, K. J. Supporters cite several advantages to using gamification techniques, including increased learner engagement and enjoyment. 2017; Kerfoot et al. Systematic review of serious games for medical education and surgical skills training. De Sousa Borges, S., Durelli, V. H. S., Reis, H. M., & Isotani, S. (2014). Gamification in education has been around for quite some time. To ensure consistency in the application of selection criteria, we undertook double screening on a 10% random sample of the excluded articles as a form of triangulation. Sales and marketing skills can be helpful as healthcare providers seek buy-in for their gamification efforts. Companies integrate and discover new ways for modernizing the processes via gamification. One study focused on the level of health care outcome (Kerfoot et al. There are many fields in which to apply gamification in healthcare, such as: specialized medical training rehabilitation active ageing prevention improving adherence to therapy The Gamification in Healthcare award is for individuals or organisations that have used gamification to benefit health. Hanus, M. D., & Fox, J. Gamification and multimedia for medical education: A landscape review. Since there was a lack of uniformity in the definitions of the main forms of game-based learning—gamification, serious games, and simulations—we chose well-known, academically accepted definitions to distinguish among the three concepts that guided the search strategy and enabled selection of articles relevant for this systematic review. Relationships between game attributes and learning outcomes: Review and research proposals. Ethics teaching in rehabilitation: results of a pan-Canadian workshop with occupational and physical therapy educators. Graafland M, Schraagen JM, Schijven MP. Innovative learning activity: Toy Closet: A growth and development game for nursing students. Extrinsic rewards and intrinsic motivation in education: reconsidered once again. 2016; Verkuyl et al. Some of the most promising aspects of gamification pertain to education. We categorized the identified game elements into the game attributes for learning of Landers’ framework (Landers 2014). In the modern world with short attention spans, this is one of the most important tools to use in the education sector. He and his colleagues define gamification as the use of game elements (e.g. learning behaviours, attitudes towards learning or learning outcomes) can justify the use of gamification in health professions education. Promoting a healthy lifestyle. In doing so, we responded to the call for more theory-driven medical education research (Bligh and Parsell 1999; Bligh and Prideaux 2002; Cook et al. (2018). Reflexion Health aims to “reimagine the physical therapy experience.” Co-founder … Combinations of game attributes were most common in our review (n = 36). In addition, realist evaluation can help provide a deeper understanding by identifying what works for whom, in what circumstances, in what respects and how (Tilley and Pawson 2000). Chia, P. (2013). Frederick, H. J., Corvetto, M. A., Hobbs, G. W., & Taekman, J. Septris and SICKO: implementing and using learning analytics and gamification in medical education. Surgical Endoscopy and Other Interventional Techniques, 31(4), 1643–1650. Five domains have a minimum score of one, resulting in a range of 5–18 points. 2016; Sabri et al. The AMA Accelerating Change in Medical Education Consortium schools are adapting technology in new ways to solve key problems and advance physician training. An excellent way to develop these skills is to pursue a degree from a leading-edge organization in a field that is related to healthcare but also inclusive of foundational technology skills. 2016; Van Dongen et al. Therefore, the characteristic difference between gamification and serious games lies in their design intention. Wills, T. A. Medical Education Online, 23(1), 1438718. Manuscript characteristics which influence acceptance for management and social science journals. Instead of only focusing on specific game elements, we chose to use this framework to identify whether there is a class of game elements that hold the highest promise of improving health professions education. Oxford English Dictionary. That this outcome was not found in the other three studies might be attributed to a shift in attention as explained before. Klabbers, J. H. G. (2009). Gamification in healthcare has the potential to bring together people and technology to change health outcomes. Gamification … Through the online healthcare degree programs at the University of Central Florida, students can discover how gamification techniques can be beneficial in today’s healthcare environments — and how they can reshape the future of patient care. From Fun to Fit: Gamification in Healthcare. Landers, R. N. (2014). (2012). In Handbook of theories of social psychology: Volume One. Looking at healthcare in particular, gamification can take the form of simulations, virtual reality (VR) constructs and games designed with educational purposes in mind. Festinger, L. (1954). Bigdeli, S., & Kaufman, D. (2017). While it has some drawbacks, gamification offers advantages in encouraging behaviors and generating measureable feedback. BMC Med Educ., 13(1). to structure game elements in other, non-educational domains (Landers 2014). An example of this involves … In sum, despite the apparent encouraging early results, it remains unclear whether the reported effects on academic performance can be solely attributed to the gamified interventions due to the absence of (non-confounded) control-groups. Although different theories predicted the effectiveness of different mechanisms to improve performance, a common assumption seemed to be that the use of game attributes would improve learning outcomes by changing learning behaviours or attitudes towards learning. The main goal is to change the behavior of people by making them take actions beneficial to their health and with the help of gamification… Computers and Education, 75, 82–91. Gartner redefines gamification. 2008). Van Nuland et al. 2015). Application of game-like simulations in the Spanish Transplant National Organization. Determinants of social comparison choices. We extracted the following data from the included articles using the extraction methods described in the AMEE guideline (Sharma et al. Gamification in Education research study is to define market sizes of various segments & countries by past years and to forecast the values by next 5 years. Of 5044 articles initially identified, 44 met the inclusion criteria. Gamification Examples in Healthcare Leverage the performance in contact center Track key performance indicators (KPIs) such as: first call resolution, number of dials, total talk time and average after call … We used the Medical Education Research Study Quality Instrument (MERSQI) to measure the methodological quality of the selected studies (Reed et al. The bright and dark sides of gamification. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 15, e9. Most of the included studies (n = 25; Table 1) were descriptive in nature in such sense that they focused on observation and described what was done, without using comparison groups. Is it all a game? 1. Sharma, R., Gordon, M., Dharamsi, S., & Gibbs, T. (2015). BMC Med Educ., 15(1). Medical Education, 51(11), 1169–1170. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 369, 20120468. Reeve, J., & Deci, E. L. (1996). Educating patients and the general population about chronic diseases. Abstract Background: There is a worldwide shortage of health workers, and this issue requires innovative education solutions. Computers & Education, 80, 152–161. lectures and practicals) as well as digital contexts (e.g. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2016(6), 1–9. (2016). Gamifying learning experiences: Practical implications and outcomes. The Labor Games: A Simulation-Based Workshop Teaching Obstetrical Skills to Medical Students [2B]. Advances in Health Sciences Education The literature in this review represents a broad spectrum of gamified applications, investigated across the health professions education continuum. Gamification is rapidly becoming a trend in health professions education. A. M. J. A third limitation may be that only one researcher (AvG) was involved in screening the full texts to confirm the eligibility of each study on the basis of our in- and exclusion criteria. 73, No. Theoretically based game for student success: Clinical education. There may also be examples of gamification that don’t require technology, even if that’s something as simple as having medical students compete to find creative solutions to hypothetical healthcare dilemmas, or using a point system to reward those who most rigorously follow medical protocols and procedures. Huotari, K., & Hamari, J. 2011; Festinger 1954). Gamification has generated considerable interest in the field of education with its ability to inspire pupils across ages. 1977; Møllerand and Jennions 2001) and that negative results remain un- or underreported. In addition, we attempted to uncover the theory underpinning the gamified interventions reported in this systematic review. Gamification in healthcare is a hot new trend that has supporters on both sides of the controversy. However, most of the included studies were descriptive in nature and rarely explained what was meant by gamification and how it worked in health professions education. The other attributes were always studied in combination with other game attributes (Table 1). The majority of the studies were conducted in the USA (n = 20) or Canada (n = 8). Gamification in Marketing. 2015; Scales et al. 2017). Forbes, in 2013 estimated that over 70% of their 'Global 2000 Companies' list were recorded saying on a survey that they planned to use gamification … The hallmark of clarification studies is the use of theory to explain the processes that underlie observed effects (Cook et al. Chan, W. Y., Qin, J., Chui, Y. P., & Heng, P. A. Our review showed that researchers who did use theory hypothesized that effective gamified learning might strengthen students’ learning behaviours or positive attitudes towards learning, which in turn might improve their learning outcomes. Davidson, S. J., & Candy, L. (2016). For instance, some students or researchers may interpret the inclusion of a leader board as a game element in a non-gaming context, while others may interpret it as a game. Man, play, and games. A relatively small number of studies was performed to explain mechanisms underlying the use of game attributes (n = 7). Dankbaar, M. E. W., Alsma, J., Jansen, E. E. H., van Merrienboer, J. J. G., van Saase, J. L. C. M., & Schuit, S. C. E. (2016). We excluded articles that (a) only described the development of gamified learning activities in educational contexts without reporting the effects of their interventions, (b) only focused on qualitative data, (c) focused on serious games, (d) focused on patient education, (e) focused on simulations, except when the focus was on the effects of gamification in simulations (gamified simulations), (f) described adapted environments such as game-shows (e.g., “jeopardy” or “who wants to be a millionaire”) and board-games (e.g., “monopoly” or “trivial pursuit”) which we considered to be game contexts, and (g) were not written in Dutch or English. Kerr, S., Tolliver, J., & Petree, D. (1977). 2007). The Ambiguity of Play. mobile applications or computer software) were eligible for inclusion if they incorporated gamified learning to improve (future) health professionals’ (bio)medical knowledge or skills. This review focused on empirical evidence for the effectiveness of gamification approaches and theoretical rationales for applying the chosen game attributes. Murre, J. M. J., & Dros, J. Quality computer games have been shown to enhance concentration (3), impro… Learning through reinforcement and replicator dynamics. Educause, March. Put simply, gamification is the usage of game mechanics from a game in non-game contexts. These descriptive studies were typically low in MERSQI scores (mean 8.3, SD 2.3) and only contained post-intervention measurements. For healthcare professionals, among the most time-poor in the world, increased engagement and enjoyment will make training less boring. (2015) used social comparison theory to develop a digital, competition-based learning environment and explain research outcomes. (2017). Medical Journal of the Islamic Republic of Iran, 31, 52. Posted October 20, 2016 by Rebecca Bernstein. Elements of the competitive situation that affect intrinsic motivation. A randomized, controlled trial of team-based competition to increase learner participation in quality-improvement education. Quora. (2016). However, as a corollary from using gamification in learning, repetition may become less effective when students’ attention shifts from the learning task to, for instance, competition. Gamification of board review: a residency curricular innovation. Amer, R. S., Denehy, G. E., Cobb, D. S., Dawson, D. V., Cunningham-Ford, M. A., & Bergeron, C. (2011). This framework posits that all existing game elements can be described and structured into nine attributes, while avoiding significant overlap between these attributes (Bedwell et al. Warmelink, H., Koivisto, J., Mayer, I., Vesa, M., & Hamari, J. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation training in high school using avatars in virtual worlds: An international feasibility study. 2016; Campbell 1967; Courtier et al. Timing in reward and decision processes. Experiential Learning Theory states that concrete experience provides information that serves as a basis for reflection. 2017; Kerfoot et al. Marczewski, A. Courtier, J., Webb, E. M., Phelps, A. S., & Naeger, D. M. (2016). A literature review of empirical studies on gamification. We systematically searched multiple databases, and included all empirical studies evaluating the use of game attributes in health professions education. “Constipation Challenge” game improves guideline knowledge and implementation. A serious game skills competition increases voluntary usage and proficiency of a virtual reality laparoscopic simulator during first-year surgical residents’ simulation curriculum. A systematic mapping on gamification applied to education. 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