Simulation in health care education.

  title={Simulation in health care education.},
  author={Saul Barry Issenberg and Ross J. Scalese},
  journal={Perspectives in biology and medicine},
  volume={51 1},
During the past 15 years there has been widespread adoption of simulation in health care education as a method to train and assess learners. Multiple factors have contributed to this movement, including reduced patient availability, limited faculty teaching time, technological advances in diagnosis and treatment that require a new skills set, greater attention to patient safety with the need to reduce medical errors, and a focus on outcomes-based education. In this discussion, simulation refers… CONTINUE READING

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