Coordinating progressive levels of simulation fidelity to maximize educational benefit.

@article{Brydges2010CoordinatingPL,
  title={Coordinating progressive levels of simulation fidelity to maximize educational benefit.},
  author={Ryan Brydges and Heather Carnahan and Don Rose and Louise Rose and Adam Dubrowski},
  journal={Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges},
  year={2010},
  volume={85 5},
  pages={806-12}
}
PURPOSE To evaluate the effectiveness of a novel, simulation-based educational model rooted in scaffolding theory that capitalizes on a systematic progressive sequence of simulators that increase in realism (i.e., fidelity) and information content. METHOD Forty-five medical students were randomly assigned to practice intravenous catheterization using high-fidelity training, low-fidelity training, or progressive training from low to mid to high fidelity. One week later, participants completed… CONTINUE READING

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