Ben and Vic discuss the papers of the month, including expert commentary from Kristian Krogh
Eve Purdy, Charlotte Alexander, Melissah Caughley, Shane Bassett, Victoria Brazil. Identifying and Transmitting the Culture of Emergency Medicine Through Simulation. AEM Education and Training 2019; 3: 118– 128 (Open access)
Purdy, E., Alexander, C., Caughley, M., Bassett, S. and Brazil, V. (2019). Identifying and Transmitting the Culture of Emergency Medicine Through Simulation. AEM Education and Training, 3(2), pp.118-128.
We also discussed 3 other papers covering a theme of ‘measurement’.
Diederich, Emily, MD et al. Balancing Deliberate Practice and Reflection. A Randomized Comparison Trial of Instructional Designs for Simulation-Based Training in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Skills. Simulation in Healthcare: June 2019 - Volume 14 - Issue 3 - p 175–181
Endacott R, Gale T, O’Connor A, et al Frameworks and quality measures used for debriefing in team-based simulation: a systematic review BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning 2019;5:61-72.
MacKinnon et al Defining and measuring quality in acute paediatric trauma stabilisation: a phenomenographic study. Advances in Simulation 20194:4
And Ben introduced the paper for July.
Bochatay, N., Bajwa, N., Blondon, K., Junod Perron, N., Cullati, S. and Nendaz, M. (2019). Exploring group boundaries and conflicts: a social identity theory perspective. Medical Education.
Additional Reading & Podcast for those interested in a deep dive :
Eppich, W. and Schmutz, J. (2019). From ‘them’ to ‘us’: bridging group boundaries through team inclusiveness. Medical Education.
So we’ll be back at the end of July with our wrap – join the discussion at www.simulationpodcast.com