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October 21, 2022

Incorporating Physical Therapy Into Interprofessional Education Clinical Simulation Experiences

Interprofessional Education (IPE) is a commonly used method for the inculcation of important interprofessional knowledge, skills, and attitudes regarding future healthcare providers. IPE is not a novel phenomenon despite the method’s growing interest. The World Health Organization is likely credited with igniting the recent push toward the inclusion of IPE as an expected aspect of [...]

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August 29, 2022

The Future of Virtual Simulation in Healthcare Education Post-COVID

The intrusion of COVID-19 forced healthcare simulation programs to pivot to meet educational demands and adhere to mandated in-person gathering restrictions. Most programs did this through the use of some form of distance simulation (also referred to as virtual simulation). This article explains how the use of virtual simulation vastly expanded during COVID-19, and [...]

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July 13, 2022

Benefits of Creating a Simulated Adverse Event Reporting System for Healthcare Simulation

Medical error is a leading cause of death in the United States (1) and is ranked ahead of COVID-19, accidents, and stroke. The practice of healthcare simulation has proven to be an effective way to train learners and professionals, so that they may be better equipped and aware during the treatment of patients – ultimately [...]

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June 21, 2022

Using Clinical Simulation to Improve the Medication Administration Process

Medication administration errors contribute to thousands of patient deaths each year. (1) Errors occur frequently related to missed actions in the medication use process with nearly 50% of all errors in doses and prescriptions attributed to missing a step. (2) Recently the nursing community followed with dread the case of RaDonda Vaught (3) whose workaround [...]

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