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Healthcare Simulation at a Glance

Forrest, Kirsty / McKimm, Judy (Herausgeber)

At a Glance


1. Auflage Juli 2019
96 Seiten, Softcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-118-87184-3
John Wiley & Sons

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Healthcare Simulation at a Glance provides an accessible overview to key educational aspects of simulation education, and how they relate to simulation in clinical practice and university based education.

Structured into five sections, it begins with an introduction to simulation before moving on to focusing on the learning theories that underpins the approaches, and how to embed simulation into a programme. Sections three and four look at the technical and non-technical features of simulation in various contexts, and how it can be used in assessment and providing feedback to health professionals. The last section considers how simulation educators can develop their own practice through different activities and approaches.

Using case examples and practical tips, Healthcare Simulation at a Glance offers structure and a framework applicable to a complex area, and is ideal for those new to using simulation in education, as well as experienced academics.

List of contributors vii

Preface ix

Acknowledgements x

Part 1 Overview and broad concepts 1

1 Simulation 2

2 What is simulation education 4

3 Fidelity 6

4 Research in healthcare simulation 8

5 The evidence base for simulation education 10

Part 2 Simulation and education 13

6 Learning theories and simulation education: 1 14

7 Learning theories and simulation education: 2 16

8 Teaching with simulation 18

9 Embedding simulation in a programme 20

10 Developing scenarios 22

11 Lesson planning 24

Part 3 Simulation in practice 27

12 The simulation centre 28

13 Technical skills simulators 30

14 Manikins 32

15 Audio and video recording 34

16 Learning technologies and simulation 36

17 Distributed simulation 38

18 Engagement and simulation science 40

19 In situ and mobile simulation 42

20 Human factors 44

21 Non-technical skills 46

22 Team working 48

23 Crisis management 50

24 Simulated and standardised patients 52

Part 4 Assessment, feedback and remediation 55

25 Principles of assessment 56

26 Learner-centred assessment 58

27 Learning and assessing professionalism using simulation 60

28 The debrief 62

29 Recruitment and selection 64

30 Feedback 66

31 Ethics and simulation 68

32 Mentoring and supervision 70

33 Simulation and remediation 72

Part 5 Developing your practice 75

34 Developing your practice 76

References 78

Index 8
Kirsty Forrest; Professor, Deputy Head Medicine, Bond University, Australia.

Judy McKimm; Professor of Medical Education and Director of Strategic Educational Development, Swansea University; Visiting Professor Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman University, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; Guest Professor Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, China.

K. Forrest, Leeds Teaching Hospital NHS Trust, Leeds, UK; J. McKimm, Unitec, New Zealand