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64 21 299 2237
Senior Lecturer (eLearning in Medicine)
Research summary
Simulation for medical and surgical education
  • Clinical Anatomy
  • Trauma
  • eLearning via Clinical Decision Making activities
  • Moodle
  • eLearning and ICT Subcommittee of Medical Program (Chair)
  • Australian and New Zealand Association of Clinical Anatomy (President)
  • International Federation of Anatomical Associations (Secretary)
  • New Zealand Major Trauma Network (Member)
  • Emergency Department
  • Orthopaedics
  • Trauma


Dr Blyth's research interests encompass Clinical Anatomy, Medical Education, and Surgical Simulation via mobile apps and virtual reality.

Additional details

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Guo, J., Blyth, P., Clifford, K., Hooper, N., & Crawford, H. (2023). Transfer validity of pediatric supracondylar humeral fracture pin placement practice on in-theater performance by orthopedic trainees using an augmented reality simulator: Protocol for a pilot interventional cohort study with a retrospective comparator cohort. JMIR Research Protocols, 12, e38282. doi: 10.2196/38282 Journal - Research Other

Liu, Q., Gladman, T., Grove, C., Eberhard, S., Geertshuis, S., Ali, A., Blyth, P., & Grainger, R. (2023). Capturing the invisible: Non-institutional technologies in undergraduate learning within three New Zealand universities. Internet & Higher Education, 58, 100910. doi: 10.1016/j.iheduc.2023.100910 Journal - Research Article

Blyth, P., & Crawford, H. (2022). Tablet-based fluoroscopy simulator for supracondylar humeral fracture pinning. Journal of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America, 4(Suppl. 1), 479. doi: 10.55275/JPOSNA-2022-0067 Journal - Research Article

Flack, N. A. M. S., Frost, K., Aravazhi, S., Macmillan, A., Blyth, P., Woodley, S. J., Nicholson, H. D., Hurren, B. J., & Bird, R. J. (2022). "Thank you for your sacrifice, I will try to make sure your donation wasn't in vain": Undergraduate science students' perceptions on the use of cadaveric material in learning anatomy. Education Sciences, 12, 451. doi: 10.3390/educsci12070451 Journal - Research Article

Blyth, P., & Farquharson, A. (2020). Using Augmented Reality to teach humeral anatomy: How realistic is enough? Clinical Anatomy, 33(2), (pp. E28). doi: 10.1002/ca.23370 Conference Contribution - Published proceedings: Abstract

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