Educating for professional practice through simulation

Debra Nestel, Suzanne Gough

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Abstract

[Extract] Although simulation-based education (SBE) has a very long history, it has surfaced as in important learning method in contemporary health professions education. In this chapter, we orientate readers to definitions, key concepts and theoretical underpinnings of SBE and introduce two frameworks to enhance SBE practice. Given that this book is about learning and teaching in clinical context, it is important to make connections between simulation and clinical settings. It is far too easy for SBE to become disconnected from the very service it is designed to support, to seem so very specialized that it risks exclusivity. There are many of these while focusing on the features of simulation.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLearning and Teaching in Clinical Contexts: A Practical Guide
EditorsClare Delany, Elizabeth Molloy
Place of PublicationChatswood
PublisherElsevier
Chapter13
Pages175-192
Number of pages18
ISBN (Print)9780729542722
Publication statusPublished - 23 Jul 2018

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Nestel, D., & Gough, S. (2018). Educating for professional practice through simulation. In C. Delany, & E. Molloy (Eds.), Learning and Teaching in Clinical Contexts: A Practical Guide (pp. 175-192). Chatswood: Elsevier.