Simulcast Book Review – ‘Healthcare Simulation Education: Evidence Theory and Practice’


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Michelle Kelly (@KellyKelmich) was our guest on Simulcast for the inaugural Book Review, discussing Healthcare Simulation Education: Evidence Theory and Practice – a recently published textbook for the simulation practitioner.  

Editors Debral Nestel, Michelle Kelly, Brian Jolly and Marcus Watson have drawn together a diverse range of authors to produce a comprehensive, but disciplined, review of current theory and practice in healthcare simulation.  

Michelle is a simulation academic and practitioner from Curtin University in Perth and past chair of the Australian Society for Simulation in Healthcare (ASSH). Her academic publications and extensive sim experience have made her well placed to edit the book, and to discuss some ‘big picture’ issues in healthcare sim. 

In the podcast we discuss highlights from the book, the writing process, simulation terminology, and predictions for the future.  

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