Simulation medical learning/training

Rudolph, Jenny W JWRUDOLPH at PARTNERS.ORG
Mon May 6 17:13:40 UTC 2013


Hello All:
My colleagues an I at the Center for Medical Simulation run a variety of
diagnostic problem solving scenarios with our full-field mixed realism
(mannequin and patients and actor patients).  At study of this work is
available in this article:

Rudolph JW, Morrison JB, Carroll JS. The dynamics of action-oriented
problem-solving: linking interpretation and choice. Academy of Management
Review. 2009;34(4):733-756.

Best,

Jenny

Jenny W. Rudolph, PhD
Director
Institute for Medical Simulation Graduate Programs,
Center for Medical Simulation

Assistant Clinical Professor of Anaesthesia
Harvard Medical School and
Massachusetts General Hospital
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On 5/6/13 8:57 AM, "Terese Sam C" <Sam.Terese at FRANCISCANALLIANCE.ORG>
wrote:

>We are in the early stages of designing a simulation project with an
>academic partner.  The initial focus is on optimization of laboratory
>design and secondary project focused on Microbiology training.
>
>Sam Terese
>
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>I suppose the whole "virtual patient" movement is about proper diagnosing.
>(Medbiquitous developed a standard representation for them:
>http://www.medbiq.org/std_specs/standards/index.html#MVP).
>
>Harold
>
>On 5/4/13 8:08 PM, "robert bell" <rmsbell at ESEDONA.NET> wrote:
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>>Dear all,
>>
>>Taking a leaf again from the airline industry simulation is being used
>>in many different ways in medicine I am told.
>>
>>Does anyone have any idea if they are effective and has anything been
>>done with the diagnosis field?
>>
>>Also, has anyone done anything with cartoon type movies or interactive
>>videos?
>>
>>It would seem that with the cost of regular movies that cartoons could
>>be cheaper.  However, would they work as well?
>>
>>Would welcome hearing any information.
>>
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