A structured literature review on the use of high fidelity patient simulators for teaching in emergency medicine

  • McFetrich J
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Abstract

High fidelity simulators are commonly used educational tools, mainly in anaesthesia. This literature review examines the use of simulators for teaching in emergency medicine and covers some of their advantages and disadvantages, and evidence for their use

Author-supplied keywords

  • Education
  • Humans
  • Medical
  • Methods
  • clinical competence
  • education
  • emergency medicine
  • patient simulation
  • software
  • standards

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  • J McFetrich

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