Welcome back to Simulcast Journal Club for 2021.
This month Ben and Vic review 3 papers of interest – more on COVID sim, but this time involving healthcare consumer engagement, a description of Peer assisted learning in medical student simulation , and a systematic review of simulated based team training in EM and acute case. We also invited Eve Purdy along for some comments on the last of those.
Christodoulides N, Duggan WP, Dalrymple KR. COVID-SIM: building testing capacity through public engagement with healthcare simulation. BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning 2021;7:52-53.
Nunnink L, Thompson A, Alsaba N, et al. Peer-assisted learning in simulation-based medical education: a mixed-methods exploratory study. BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning Published Online First: 16 December 2020. doi: 10.1136/bmjstel-2020-000645
Weile, J., Nebsbjerg, M.A., Ovesen, S.H. et al. Simulation-based team training in time-critical clinical presentations in emergency medicine and critical care: a review of the literature. Adv Simul 6, 3 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1186/s41077-021-00154-4
Next month – we’re talking fidelity and functional task alignment – with a classic paper to consider. Read and join the discussion here.