Welcome to the Simulcast Journal Club Podcast and monthly wrap post.
Please read our pdf summary of the Journal Club article, the month’s discussion and our expert commentary here.
Ben and Vic discuss the paper of the month,
Kolbe, M., Eppich, W., Rudolph, J., Meguerdichian, M., Catena, H., Cripps, A., Grant, V. and Cheng, A. (2019). Managing psychological safety in debriefings: a dynamic balancing act. BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning, pp.bmjstel-2019-000470.
Ng, S., Kangasjarvi, E., Lorello, G., Nemoy, L. and Brydges, R. (2019). ‘There shouldn’t be anything wrong with not knowing’: epistemologies in simulation. Medical Education.
We also discussed 2 other papers on peer debriefing and using sim to embed surgical safety checklists
Solanki P, Angel D, Foster A Peer group high-fidelity simulation debriefing for final year medical students BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning 2019;5:225-226.
Zaffry Z, Jaye P, Laws-Chapman C, et al. Safer surgery through simulation: increasing compliance with the 5 Steps to Safer Surgery through an in-situ simulation based training programme at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning 2019;5:196-197.
And Ben introduced the papers for August
Brindle, M., Henrich, N., Foster, A., Marks, S., Rose, M., Welsh, R. and Berry, W. (2018). Implementation of surgical debriefing programs in large health systems: an exploratory qualitative analysis. BMC Health Services Research, 18(1).
Rose, M. and Rose, K. (2018). Use of a Surgical Debriefing Checklist to Achieve Higher Value Health Care. American Journal of Medical Quality, 33(5), pp.514-522.
So we’ll be back in November with our wrap
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