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Simulation in Clinical Teaching and Learning: A Revolutionary Concept


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1 Yenepoya Medical College, Mangalore, India

Simulation-based education is a rapidly developing method of supplementing and enhancing the clinical education of students. It is a technique to replace and amplify real experiences with guided ones. Simulation-based training techniques, tools, and strategies can be applied in designing structured learning experiences and targeted teamwork competencies

In anaesthesia, we are presented with unexpected situations which needs to be dealt with immediately, when such an uncommon and life-threatening event occurs, the anaesthetist needs to carry out multiple tasks simultaneously. This needs appropriate decision-making and communication with others in the theatre team. The purpose of this article is to demonstrate how simulation can be used for teaching postgraduate students technical &non-technical skills. The highlight of the article is the innovative method in which we have conducted which is not yet published elsewhere.


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Simulation, Teaching-Learning Method, Debriefing, Pre-Test, Post-Test.
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R. M. Ramyashree
Yenepoya Medical College, Mangalore, India
Meghna Mukund
Yenepoya Medical College, Mangalore, India

Abstract


Simulation-based education is a rapidly developing method of supplementing and enhancing the clinical education of students. It is a technique to replace and amplify real experiences with guided ones. Simulation-based training techniques, tools, and strategies can be applied in designing structured learning experiences and targeted teamwork competencies

In anaesthesia, we are presented with unexpected situations which needs to be dealt with immediately, when such an uncommon and life-threatening event occurs, the anaesthetist needs to carry out multiple tasks simultaneously. This needs appropriate decision-making and communication with others in the theatre team. The purpose of this article is to demonstrate how simulation can be used for teaching postgraduate students technical &non-technical skills. The highlight of the article is the innovative method in which we have conducted which is not yet published elsewhere.


Keywords


Simulation, Teaching-Learning Method, Debriefing, Pre-Test, Post-Test.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18311/isacon-Karnataka%2F2017%2FFP033