Evaluating the impact of high- and low-fidelity instruction in the development of auscultation skills.

@article{Chen2015EvaluatingTI,
  title={Evaluating the impact of high- and low-fidelity instruction in the development of auscultation skills.},
  author={Ruth P Chen and Lawrence E. M. Grierson and Geoffrey R Norman},
  journal={Medical education},
  year={2015},
  volume={49 3},
  pages={276-85}
}
CONTEXT A principal justification for the use of high-fidelity (HF) simulation is that, because it is closer to reality, students will be more motivated to learn and, consequently, will be better able to transfer their learning to real patients. However, the increased authenticity is accompanied by greater complexity, which may reduce learning, and variability in the presentation of a condition on an HF simulator is typically restricted. OBJECTIVES This study was conducted to explore the… CONTINUE READING
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