This month we discussed “How to include medical students in your healthcare simulation centre workforce” by Viggers et. Al. We have already recorded a wonderful episode with Sandra on this paper that can be found here….
Ben and I recap on the paper and the online discussion, as well as the expert opinion from two medical students undertaking their simulation-based education rotation at present.
We also reviewed 4 extra papers – one focused on reopening simulation facilities in the COVID era:-
Ingrassia, P.L., Capogna, G., Diaz-Navarro, C. et al. COVID-19 crisis, safe reopening of simulation centres and the new normal: food for thought. Adv Simul 5, 13 (2020).
and three papers with a with a simulated patient methodology theme: –
Smith CM, Sokoloff LG, Alsaba N. Collaborative framework for working with older simulated participants (SP). BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning Published Online First: 16 June 2020. ( and this one makes reference to the ASPE Standards of Best practice that can be read here.)
Budd, Natasha PhD; Andersen, Patrea PhD; Harrison, Penny BA; Prowse, Nycole Engaging Children as Simulated Patients in Healthcare Education, Simulation in Healthcare: The Journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare: June 2020 – Volume 15 – Issue 3 – p 199-204
Naismith, Laura M. PhD; Kowalski, Christopher et al. Participant Perspectives on the Contributions of Physical, Psychological, and Sociological Fidelity to Learning in Interprofessional Mental Health Simulation, Simulation in Healthcare: The Journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare: June 2020 – Volume 15 – Issue 3 – p 141-146
And finally – Ben gave us a heads up for the August Journal Club.
Leung, J.S., Brar, M., Eltorki, M. et al. Development of an in situ simulation-based continuing professional development curriculum in pediatric emergency medicine. Adv Simul 5, 12 (2020).
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