Annotated Bibliography

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 Flanagan, B., Nestel, D. & Joseph, M.




 Making patient safety the focus: crisis research management in the undergraduate curriculum


 Medical Education, 38(1), 56-66.



Experts of the Southern Health Simulation and Skills Centre believe that students cannot learn from book knowledge alone. Patient’s safety and limiting human error is the main goal. Human error is the lack of hands on experience and panicking in a stressful situation. In order to make these students more comfortable and experienced, it takes repetition and “real†life situations to get them trained. The best way to accomplish this is through high fidelity simulators that can do “real†life, complex scenarios that are videotaped and corrected right on the spot. This gives the students the practice of feeling, thinking, watching, and performing tasks that will prepare them for the future. Data was collected from the Southern Health experts by a written evaluation of the crisis resource management course. This included their overall experience of the course, and pre and post simulation experience. This was taken from the Nurses in emergency care and anesthesia (n=137), newly qualified doctors (n=30), and Medical students (n=132). The results showed that these simulators were successful.

Annotated By:

 Colleen M. Koopal, WSU, S.N.


  Curriculum Integration

Curriculum Integration
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