Simulator programs for medical training

Julianne Nemes Walsh nemeswalsh at GMAIL.COM
Mon Jun 15 01:16:24 UTC 2015


There is a fair amount of research related to simulation training in the
nursing literature and the results are positive.  The Brigham and Women's
Hospital has a simulation program for residents in Emergency Medicine and
will often include medical students in the exercises.  In speaking with the
director of this program, he has seen excellent translation to practice.

On Sun, Jun 14, 2015 at 12:29 PM, robert bell <
0000000296e45ec4-dmarc-request at list.improvediagnosis.org> wrote:

> Does anyone know if progress is being made in Medical Training in any of
> the Medical Schools in the world with Simulator programs/research similar
> to how the airline industry trains its pilots? I feel very strongly that
> repetition is the way to go with Medical Education and simulation programs
> could provide that in an acceptable way.
>
> I seem to remember that some simulator research was going on at one of the
> Boston Teaching Facilities.
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> Is anything going on in the rest of the world?
>
> Would welcome thoughts and information on this.
>
> Rob Bell, M.D.
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