Simulation in Health Care Professions' Education

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Abstract

“simulation is a necessary component for professional skills acquisition” (Coles, Meglan and John, 2011) “it is no longer acceptable or appropriate, for students at any level of training to practise new skills on patients, even if they have a patient’s explicit consent” (Aggarwal & Darzi, 2006)” Uses for haptic simulators in health care -Clinical Skills Acquisition -Surgery Rehearsal -Directed Surgery -Independent Surgery This paper discussed the uses and implications of using simulation in health care professions' education
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternational Innovations in Education Colloquium, University of Brescia 2018, At Brescia and Sali, Italy
Publication statusPublished - May 2018

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