The use of simulation and moulage in undergraduate diagnostic radiography education: A burns scenario.

  title={The use of simulation and moulage in undergraduate diagnostic radiography education: A burns scenario.},
  author={N. Shiner and Morag L. Howard},
  volume={25 3},

Research on simulation in radiography education: a scoping review protocol

This scoping review is to explore, map, and summarize the extent, range, and nature of published research on simulation in radiography education, and to use content analysis to map the different simulation interventions and learning design elements reported.

Simulation‐based education for medical radiation students: A scoping review

It is the view of many that although simulation‐based education is a valid and effective tool, it is complementary to and not a replacement for clinical placement.

How does moulage contribute to medical students’ perceived engagement in simulation? A mixed-methods pilot study

Although the slower performance in the HighAuth group did not have impact on simulated treatment outcomes, highly authentic moulage may be a stronger predictor of performance.

Augmented Reality in Radiology for Education and Training—A Design Study

This design study describes proofs of concept for two augmented reality-enabled (AR) educational tools, utilizing a Microsoft HoloLens head-mounted display, and demonstrates an AR application which could be used to educate cancer patients about their radiotherapy treatment and potentially reduce patient anxiety.

Simulating a self-inflicted facial gunshot wound with moulage to improve perceived realism, immersion, and learning in simulation-based airway management training

This work suggests that the simulated facial gunshot wound contributed to perceived scenario immersion and enhancement of the learning experience, supporting existing literature that suggests moulage is a valuable tool in healthcare simulation.

Expert opinions on the authenticity of moulage in simulation: a Delphi study

A prototype instrument for measuring moulage authenticity is presented in the form of the Moulage Authenticity Rating Scale (MARS) to further aid progress in understanding the role of authentic moulages in simulation.



The use of trauma interprofessional simulated education (TIPSE) to enhance role awareness in the emergency department setting

Interprofessional simulation-based education (IPSE) is an effective means of preparing undergraduate students in understanding both their and other professional’s roles within the trauma team.

High fidelity, low cost moulage as a valid simulation tool to improve burns education.

A Randomized Controlled Trial on 2 Simulation-Based Training Methods in Radiology: Effects on Radiologic Technology Student Skill in Assessing Image Quality

Virtual radiographic simulation is an effective tool for learning image quality assessment and can be a valuable adjunct to traditional educational methods and reduce exposure to x-rays and tutoring time.