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Commentaries on health services research

Commentaries on health services research Downloaded from https://pdfs.journals.lww.com/jaapa by BhDMf5ePHKZxZb3ruX4b9cKfbT5h3bp+v9gTtSlrchDWvVTxyN8Hif2P/rPZfAxb8td684/2m6Qj/1S0ZObgiiKJ9vD64yNdY1wI1G/v4gN3ti1fujtTJsg5898WZFuC on 02/23/2019 CITATIONS Geert T.W.J. van den Brink; Jean Moore, DrPH; Arjan Kouwen, MSc bad news), is less commonly undertaken but just as valu- Using simulated patients in PA able. However, interprofessional training is becoming increasingly important in healthcare profession education education and simulation can identify how these different roles can ABSTRACT be integrated effectively. Finally, the authors do not describe An electronic survey on medical simulation was sent the use of animal material as a simulation for certain skills; to 177 PA programs about the characteristics, types for example, learning suturing on a butchered pig’s leg. of simulation modalities in use, and frequency of use Barriers to simulation are mainly based on the available of those modalities in PA training. The specifi c con- time and the faculty’s knowledge to apply this education, tent areas addressed were error disclosure, medical factors that are relatively easy to solve. The authors expect knowledge, patient care, and psychomotor skills. that simulation will increase as curricula become more Results indicate widespread use of simulation, espe- competency-based. However, the scarcity of clinical rota- cially in teaching, assessment of medical knowledge, tions may become an important driver of increased http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of the American Academy of PAs Wolters Kluwer Health

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Wolters Kluwer Health
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1547-1896
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0893-7400
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10.1097/01.JAA.0000541479.08869.52
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Downloaded from https://pdfs.journals.lww.com/jaapa by BhDMf5ePHKZxZb3ruX4b9cKfbT5h3bp+v9gTtSlrchDWvVTxyN8Hif2P/rPZfAxb8td684/2m6Qj/1S0ZObgiiKJ9vD64yNdY1wI1G/v4gN3ti1fujtTJsg5898WZFuC on 02/23/2019 CITATIONS Geert T.W.J. van den Brink; Jean Moore, DrPH; Arjan Kouwen, MSc bad news), is less commonly undertaken but just as valu- Using simulated patients in PA able. However, interprofessional training is becoming increasingly important in healthcare profession education education and simulation can identify how these different roles can ABSTRACT be integrated effectively. Finally, the authors do not describe An electronic survey on medical simulation was sent the use of animal material as a simulation for certain skills; to 177 PA programs about the characteristics, types for example, learning suturing on a butchered pig’s leg. of simulation modalities in use, and frequency of use Barriers to simulation are mainly based on the available of those modalities in PA training. The specifi c con- time and the faculty’s knowledge to apply this education, tent areas addressed were error disclosure, medical factors that are relatively easy to solve. The authors expect knowledge, patient care, and psychomotor skills. that simulation will increase as curricula become more Results indicate widespread use of simulation, espe- competency-based. However, the scarcity of clinical rota- cially in teaching, assessment of medical knowledge, tions may become an important driver of increased

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Journal of the American Academy of PAsWolters Kluwer Health

Published: Aug 1, 2018

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