Medical simulation is achieving respectability among healthcare educators worldwide. Simulation and skills centres have become established to integrate simulation into mainstream education in all medical, nursing, and paramedical fields. Borrowing from the experience and methodologies of industries that are using simulation, medical educators are grappling with the problem of rapidly acquiring the skills and techniques required to implement simulation programmesinto established curricula. This book assists both novice and experienced workers in the field to learn from established practitioners in medical simulation. It includes how to establish a simulation and skills centre, how to find the appropriate simulator, medical props that can enhance the trainingexperience, how to develop courses, teaching skill, problem-based learning, and debriefing techniques are also covered.London: GMC. 6. Flin R, Yule S, Maran N, Paterson-Brown S, Rowley D, Youngson G (2007). Teaching surgeons about non-technical skills. The Surgeon 5: 86-9. ... Okray R, Lubnau T (2004). Crew Resource Management for the Fire Service.
|Title||:||Manual of Simulation in Healthcare|
|Author||:||Richard H. Riley|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press, USA - 2008|