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Unannounced in situ simulations: integrating training and clinical practice.

Abstract:

Simulation-based training for healthcare providers is well established as a viable, efficacious training tool, particularly for the training of non-technical team-working skills. These skills are known to be critical to effective teamwork, and important in the prevention of error and adverse events in hospitals. However, simulation suites are costly to develop and releasing staff to attend training is often difficult. These factors may restrict access to simulation training. We discuss our ex...

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10.1136/bmjqs-2012-000986

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Walker, ST More by this author
Sevdalis, N More by this author
Lambden, S More by this author
Gautama, S More by this author
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Journal:
BMJ quality and safety
Volume:
22
Issue:
6
Pages:
453-458
Publication date:
2013-06-05
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EISSN:
2044-5423
ISSN:
2044-5415
URN:
uuid:858703c5-4a5a-4ee7-9350-c362bef705e4
Source identifiers:
422691
Local pid:
pubs:422691

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