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Simulators in critical care education and beyond / William F. Dunn, editor.

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextPublication details: Des Plaines, IL : Society of Critical Care Medicine, c2004.Description: vi, 130 p. : ill. ; 28 cmISBN:
  • 0936145153 (pbk.)
  • 9780936145150
Other title:
  • Simulators in critical care and beyond [Cover title]
Subject(s): LOC classification:
  • R837.S55┬áS54 2004
Contents:
Introduction (p. 1-2) / William F. Dunn -- High-fidelity patient simulation: a revolution in medical education -- A brief history of mannequin-based simulation & application -- Education theory: does simulation really fit? (p. 15-19) / William F. Dunn -- The role of simulation in patient safety -- Refocusing the role of simulation in medical education: training reflective practitioners -- Simulators in critical care education: educational aspects & building scenarios -- Partial-task-trainers & simulation in critical care medicine -- Team-oriented medical simulation -- Integrating patient simulation into the medical student curriculum: fundamentals of acute care -- The IMPES course: toward better outcomes through simulation-based multidisciplinary team training -- Screen-based simulation for critical care medicine -- National Interdisciplinary, Multimodality Simulation Center: the Israeli model & experience -- Integrated medical simulation -- Debriefing: the basics -- Issues in starting a simulation center -- Human simulation & crisis-team training -- Technological resources for clinical simulation -- Simulation in critical care nursing education: conceptual & practical perspectives -- Psychometric challenges of using simulations for high-stakes assessment.
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Book Book Janis P. Bellack Library General Stacks TEACH MPED SIMULATORS (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 36349000025618

Includes bibliographical references.

Introduction (p. 1-2) / William F. Dunn -- High-fidelity patient simulation: a revolution in medical education -- A brief history of mannequin-based simulation & application -- Education theory: does simulation really fit? (p. 15-19) / William F. Dunn -- The role of simulation in patient safety -- Refocusing the role of simulation in medical education: training reflective practitioners -- Simulators in critical care education: educational aspects & building scenarios -- Partial-task-trainers & simulation in critical care medicine -- Team-oriented medical simulation -- Integrating patient simulation into the medical student curriculum: fundamentals of acute care -- The IMPES course: toward better outcomes through simulation-based multidisciplinary team training -- Screen-based simulation for critical care medicine -- National Interdisciplinary, Multimodality Simulation Center: the Israeli model & experience -- Integrated medical simulation -- Debriefing: the basics -- Issues in starting a simulation center -- Human simulation & crisis-team training -- Technological resources for clinical simulation -- Simulation in critical care nursing education: conceptual & practical perspectives -- Psychometric challenges of using simulations for high-stakes assessment.

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