Simulated Participant Methodology

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Abstract

Simulated Participants provide the opportunity to enhance authenticity and hone communication skills in simulation. If you’re not familiar, the term Simulated Participant (or SP) refers to a person who is well that portrays illness or the role of a family member within a simulated scenario. SPs can be flexible roles that support learning or can be prescriptive and standardised, for exams, for example.
SPs are highly trained and require educators to have an understanding of who and what their role is within a
simulation.
Original languageEnglish
TypeEducational resource
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 14 Jul 2022

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