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|Title:||Manual of Simulation in Healthcare||Authors:||Riley Richard H||Keywords:||patient safety
|Issue Date:||Oct-2015||Publisher:||Oxford University Press||Description:||The use of simulation-based education has become widely embedded in almost all areas of healthcare. Medical educators have enthusiastically accepted the range of techniques offered by simulation to enhance, supplement, and excite learners at all levels of their lifelong education. This manual outlines the principles and practices of simulation that have application to every level of healthcare education. Its role in supplementing traditional educational techniques, as well as introducing newer methodologies for learning, assessment, and research, are included. In this second edition, all chapters and the glossary have been updated to reflect the changes in our understanding of the optimal use of simulation. The authors have generously included their own suggestions, tips, examples, and even programme outlines to help you get started. Finally, new chapters that focus on patient safety, interprofessional education, and intensive care medicine have been introduced. This may be the only healthcare simulation book you will ever need.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/11055/893||ISBN:||9780198717621||Type:||Book|
|Appears in Collections:||Scholarly and Clinical|
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