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Simulated Shift in the Emergency Room: a Novel Teaching Method

hassan motamed, Mohammad Reza Maleki Verki, mohammad karimi, pezhman larki

Abstract


Paying close attention to several clinical issues and timeliness of proper treatment is of prime importance in EM. Simulation based training (SBT) is a popular growing trend in the field fulfilling both otherwise competing goals of patient care and education, in a residence clinical experience. In this study a virtual shift was designed to use potentials of SBT in a SMARTER (simulation module for assessment of resident’s targeted event response) based approach. Our SMARTER scenarios are mostly focused on multiple clinical contexts, with more steps than usual SMARTER procedures. An evaluation was introduced using pre/post tests and SPSS statistics were used to get more insight into our newly designed virtual shift methods. T-test results along with questionnaires showed both the benefits of this new method and the resident’s tendency to learn and develop their KSA (knowledge skill attitude) level in emergency medicine.


Keywords


Emergency Medicine, several clinical issuesg, Simulation based training

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/aem.v0.146

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