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July 23, 2024

How to Manage Emotions in Healthcare Simulation

At times, a healthcare simulation debrief can be an emotional space. As a debriefer in clinical simulation the role is to guide conversation, allow expression of these emotions by participants. As well as this, clinical simulation debriefers assist where able with sense making of actions and results from the clinical simulation experience through reflection. As [...]

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July 16, 2024

How to Increase Psychological Safety in Healthcare Simulation Teams

Clear and decisive actions have importance placed on them in any work environment. Healthcare is also no different in regards to this rhetoric. Historically conversations, expressions and discussions around staff emotions have been frowned upon in many professional environments. Some healthcare specialities can be more closed off to such conversations than others. However, more and [...]

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July 12, 2024

Harvard’s Mt. Everest Virtual Simulation Workshop Provides Unique Team Training Skills

Hosted on the Harvard Business Publishing Education website, the award winning hiking simulation “Leadership and Team Simulation: Everest V3” by Michael A. Roberto and Amy C. Edmondson uses the backdrop of Mount Everest in a simulated expedition to demonstrate and reinforce group dynamics for students and leadership. Participants of the Mt Everest expedition play in [...]

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July 11, 2024

How to Present a Healthcare Simulation Workshop at Conference

Presentation of a healthcare simulation workshop at a conference requires a set of skills that differs from a regular clinical simulation based education experience. Without experience and consideration by the clinical simulation educator the thought of a workshop at a clinical simulation conference can be a daunting concept. This article by Erin Carn-Bennett, RN, MSN [...]

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