Urology resident training with an unexpected patient death scenario: experiential learning with high fidelity simulation.

@article{Gettman2008UrologyRT,
  title={Urology resident training with an unexpected patient death scenario: experiential learning with high fidelity simulation.},
  author={Matthew T. Gettman and Robert Jeffrey Karnes and Jacqueline J Arnold and Janee M Klipfel and Helen T Vierstraete and Mary E. Johnson and Daniel R. Johnson and Bradley C. Leibovich},
  journal={The Journal of urology},
  year={2008},
  volume={180 1},
  pages={283-8; discussion 288}
}
PURPOSE Communicating unexpected news of a patient death is rarely encountered in urology. We evaluated resident performance during an unexpected patient death scenario involving high fidelity simulation. We also studied simulation as a tool to teach and assess nontechnical skills in urology. MATERIALS AND METHODS An unexpected patient death scenario was developed at a simulation center using high fidelity mannequins, urology residents, critical care fellows, nurses, hospital chaplains and… CONTINUE READING

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