141 Journal Club Podcast November 2021

Is rapid cycle deliberate practice a better way to train for paediatric cardiac arrest? How can simulation and ‘institutional ethnography’ be used to explore ‘latent social threats’ in healthcare? Ben and Vic discuss these papers in our November journal club, as well as an amazing technical report on VR modelling to improve surgeons preparation for complex neurosurgical procedures, and a discussion of video assisted debriefing in healthcare simulation.  

Happy listening! 


3 thoughts on “141 Journal Club Podcast November 2021

  • doug campbell

    Always great to hear your podcast! We are using more RCDP training for our simulated neonatal L&D resuscitations. My bias is that it’s helpful for routine scenarios and QI. Typical pearls debriefing more helpful for teams who don’t always work together

  • doug campbell

    In our table-top sim paper with ‘latent social threats’, we learned a lot of things on our inter professional teams where tension exists. We did influence change in our policy with midwifery and obstetrical workflow in our hospital.
    I agree that these threats are not always latent!!
    FYI all our clinical participants are active at the bedside.
    Doug Campbell

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