Journal article

Manifesto for healthcare simulation practice

Christine S Park, Louise Clark, Grace Gephardt, Jamie M Robertson, Jane Miller, Dayna K Downing, Bee Leng Sabrina Koh, Kellie D Bryant, David Grant, Dinker R Pai, Jesika S Gavilanes, Edgar Israel Herrera Bastida, Li Li, Keith Littlewood, Eliana Escudero, Michelle Ann Kelly, Debra Nestel, Jan-Joost Rethans

BMJ SIMULATION & TECHNOLOGY ENHANCED LEARNING | BMJ PUBLISHING GROUP | Published : 2020

Abstract

A pandemic has sent the world into chaos. It has not only upended our lives; hundreds of thousands of lives have already been tragically lost. The global crisis has been disruptive, even a threat, to healthcare simulation, affecting all aspects of operations from education to employment. While simulationists around the world have responded to this crisis, it has also provided a stimulus for the continued evolution of simulation. We have crafted a manifesto for action, incorporating a more comprehensive understanding of healthcare simulation, beyond tool, technique or experience, to understanding it now as a professional practice. Healthcare simulation as a practice forms the foundation for t..

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