June 20, 2018

Understanding Research for Clinical Simulation – The Scientific Process

In a previous HealthySim article published April of 2018, Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) Defined for Simulation in Healthcare, EBP was defined and the difference between EBP and research was discussed.  According to Burns and Grove 2007, “Evidence-based practice is the conscientious integration of best research evidence with clinical expertise and patients values and needs in the [...]

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June 11, 2018

Are Learning Styles Debunked? What We Need to Know for Healthcare Simulation

Bruce Hood, Chair of Developmental Psychology in Society, University of Bristol writes that there is no evidence to back the claim that matching educational methods to learning styles improves learning outcomes. According to a recent studies there is no coherent framework of preferred learning styles. Individuals are categorized into one of three preferred styles of auditory, [...]

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April 24, 2018

Evidence-Based Practice Defined for Simulation in Healthcare

Evidence-based practice (EBP) attempts to identify the differences and provide a pathway to ensure that current medical practice is based on interventions that are most likely to benefit the patient. Medical care cannot be based on the notion that “this is the way we have always done something” but rather what research has shown to [...]

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