Ben and Vic discuss the paper of the month and all things clinical event debriefing with our expert commentator Dr Laura Rock (@laurakanerock)￼
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.
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).
We also reviewed an interesting conceptual paper on self regulated learning (SRL) and simulation.
Shariff, F. Hatala, R. Regehr,G Learning After the Simulation Is Over: The Role of Simulation in Supporting Ongoing Self-Regulated Learning in Practice. Academic Medicine. Publish Ahead of Print:, NOVEMBER 12, 2019
And Ben introduced the paper for next month, reviewing the value observer roles in sim
Delisle, M., Ward, M., Pradarelli, J., Panda, N., Howard, J. and Hannenberg, A. (2019). Comparing the Learning Effectiveness of Healthcare Simulation in the Observer Versus Active Role. Simulation in Healthcare: Simulation in Healthcare, 14(5), pp.318-332.
So we’ll be back in December with our wrap
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