Simulation using novel equipment designed to explain spirometric abnormalities in respiratory disease enhances learning in higher cognitive domains.

Abstract

Simulation of disorders of respiratory mechanics shown by spirometry provides insight into the pathophysiology of disease but some clinically important disorders have not been simulated and none have been formally evaluated for education. We have designed simple mechanical devices which, along with existing simulators, enable all the main dysfunctions which… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10459-014-9578-5

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@article{Jamison2015SimulationUN, title={Simulation using novel equipment designed to explain spirometric abnormalities in respiratory disease enhances learning in higher cognitive domains.}, author={John P Jamison and Michael T. Stewart}, journal={Advances in health sciences education : theory and practice}, year={2015}, volume={20 4}, pages={1011-25} }