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The 3D model of debriefing: defusing, discovering, and deepening.
The experiential learning process involves participation in key experiences and analysis of those experiences. In health care, these experiences can occur through high-fidelity simulation or in theExpand
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Theoretical foundations of learning through simulation.
Health care simulation is a powerful educational tool to help facilitate learning for clinicians and change their practice to improve patient outcomes and safety. To promote effective life-longExpand
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Toward a new paradigm in hospital-based pediatric education: The development of an onsite simulator program*
Objective: The low incidence of crises in pediatrics, coupled with logistic issues and restricted work hours for trainees, hinders opportunities for frequent practice of crisis management andExpand
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Simulation at the point of care: Reduced-cost, in situ training via a mobile cart
Objective: The rapid growth of simulation in health care has challenged traditional paradigms of hospital-based education and training. Simulation addresses patient safety through deliberativeExpand
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Development of a Neonatal Intensive Care Multidisciplinary Crisis Resource Training Program
The neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Children's Hospital Boston has established a multidisciplinary crisis resource management program using high-fidelity simulation and debriefing. The courseExpand
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High-Fidelity Contrast Reaction Simulation Training: Performance Comparison of Faculty, Fellows, and Residents.
PURPOSE Reactions to contrast material are uncommon in diagnostic radiology, and vary in clinical presentation from urticaria to life-threatening anaphylaxis. Prior studies have demonstrated a highExpand
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Simulation-Based Training in Brain Death Determination
BackgroundDespite straightforward guidelines on brain death determination by the American Academy of Neurology (AAN), substantial practice variability exists internationally, between states, andExpand
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An approach to unit-based team training with simulation in a neonatal intensive care unit
Introduction: Teamwork training with simulation has been utilized increasingly to improve communication among healthcare providers. Hospitals have developed programs to train employees inExpand
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Fifteen-Hour Day Shifts have Little Effect on the Performance of Taskwork by Anaesthesia Trainees during Uncomplicated Clinical Simulation
Shiftwork and work-hour limits for junior doctors are now well established in hospital work patterns. In order to ensure that trainees have adequate exposure to daytime elective surgical procedures,Expand
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Utilization of Exploration-Based Learning and Video-Assisted Learning to Teach GlideScope Videolaryngoscopy
Background: GlideScope (GS) is used in pediatric endotracheal intubation (ETI) but requires a different technique compared to direct laryngoscopy (DL). Purposes: This article was written to evaluateExpand
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