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Medical simulation: "see one, do one, teach one...just not on my mom": Part one: Why simulation should be a priority. Open Access
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Brindley, P. G.
Suen, G. I.
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This manuscript is part-one of a three-part series on Medical Simulation. Part-one will address the “why” of Simulation, namely, why Medical Simulation offers novel opportunities to improve education, continuing-competency, and patient safety. Part-two will focus on the “how” of simulation, namely, how to design, implement, and maintain a viable program. Part-three will cover the “what”, namely what the future directions are likely to be, what sort of programs are currently available, and what evidence supports their implementation.
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Brindley, P. G., Suen, G. I., & Drummond, J. (2007). Medical simulation: "see one, do one, teach one...just not on my mom": Part one: Why simulation should be a priority. Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy, 43(4), 22-27.
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