Simulation in Medical Education: Brief history and methodology

@inproceedings{Jones2015SimulationIM,
  title={Simulation in Medical Education: Brief history and methodology},
  author={Felipe J S Jones and Carlos Eduardo Passos-Neto and Odonne Freitas Melro Braghiroli},
  year={2015}
}
Background and Aim : Preventable medical errors result in more than 400,000 American citizens each year and are the third cause of death in the United States, followed by cardiovascular diseases and cancer. The roots of such alarming statistics may be found in medical education, and innovative educational approaches are necessary. Simulation based medical education can be a valuable tool for the safe delivery of health care. The purpose of this article is to perform a brief review the history… Expand
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