Enhancing quality of medical care in low income and middle income countries through simulation- based initiatives: recommendations of the Simnovate Global Health Domain Group

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To cite: Puri L, Das J, Pai M, et al. BMJ Stel 2017;3(Suppl 1):S15–S22. ABSTRACT Background Quality of medical care in low income and middle income countries (LMICs) is variable, resulting in significant medical errors and adverse patient outcomes. Integration of simulation-based training and assessment may be considered to enhance quality of patient care… (More)

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@inproceedings{Puri2017EnhancingQO, title={Enhancing quality of medical care in low income and middle income countries through simulation- based initiatives: recommendations of the Simnovate Global Health Domain Group}, author={Lekha Puri and Jishnu Das and Madhukar Pai and Priya Agrawal and James E. Fitzgerald and Edward F. Kelley and Sarah M. Kesler and Kedar K. Mate and Manoj Mohanan and Allan Okrainec and Rajesh Aggarwal}, year={2017} }