Supporting transitions in medical career pathways: the role of simulation-based education

@inproceedings{Cleland2016SupportingTI,
  title={Supporting transitions in medical career pathways: the role of simulation-based education},
  author={Jennifer Cleland and Rona Patey and Ian Thomas and Kenneth G Walker and Paul M. O’Connor and Stephanie Russ},
  booktitle={Advances in simulation},
  year={2016}
}
Transitions, or periods of change, in medical career pathways can be challenging episodes, requiring the transitioning clinician to take on new roles and responsibilities, adapt to new cultural dynamics, change behaviour patterns, and successfully manage uncertainty. These intensive learning periods present risks to patient safety. Simulation-based education (SBE) is a pedagogic approach that allows clinicians to practise their technical and non-technical skills in a safe environment to… CONTINUE READING
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