The June 2019 – Volume 14 – Issue 3 edition of the Simulation in Healthcare Journal became available yesterday, and here today we summarize the index which is linked below to highlight the latest research in medical simulation. For a complete list of the global research publications, visit our Simulation Research Journal Listings Page!
Editorial – [...]
Today we are launching a new Healthcare Simulation Research Journal Listings Page! These medical simulation journals have paved the way for academic exploration, understanding, and evolution of the modern day methodology with numerous unique moving parts including: scenario development, debriefing, facilitation, technology, operations, learning theories, and more. In this article we list some of the [...]
Today we are highlighting the latest research articles published for November so far from Simulation in Healthcare from leading organization’s around the world. Did you know that there are now four major publications for healthcare simulation research? The Association for Simulated Practice in Healthcare’s Journal with BMJ “Simulation & Technology Enhanced Learning”, the Society in [...]
Blood transfusions may be found in a variety of simulations such as those involving bleeding peptic ulcers, postoperative hemorrhage, postpartum hemorrhage or mass casualty situations. The cost of blood bags (around $20 each) limits the number of times students can spike bags. Blood bags can easily be made using a 250 or 500 mL normal [...]