Simulation-based education for non-invasive ventilation

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  • Simonds A
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Key points - Simulation-based education refers to any educational activity which uses simulated components to replicate clinical practice - A changing healthcare climate with shorter training opportunities has created an emerging ‘‘skills gap’’ in which the traditional model of apprenticeship learning is increasingly unsustainable - Evidence suggests simulation-based education is effective in terms of clinical skills acquisition and that these skills translate into improved patient care and clinical outcomes - We are developing a new web-based simulation tool for training in noninvasive ventilation in order to provide a safe and effective environment for clinicians to develop their knowledge and skills in NIV

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  • Alanna Hare

  • Anita Simonds

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