In honour of the ICE blog’s 5-year anniversary, we continue to look back at some of our most popular and influential series. In week 4 of our 5-week retrospective, we zero in on “Simulation.” The […]
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Simulation safety spotlight – a call for safety briefings in sim?
By Victoria Brazil (@SocraticEM) and Eve Purdy (@purdy_eve) We’ve previously highlighted the safety risks related to healthcare simulation on the ICEnet Blog, inspired by the work of Dan Raemer and colleagues at the Foundation for Healthcare Simulation Safety, […]
It’s not like real life: Simulated patients …. more to offer than we think?
By Victoria Brazil (@SocraticEM) “But its not like real life… I mean, you can’t tell from the manikin what the patient really looks like…..” That’s not a real quote, but rather a synthesis of hundreds […]
Healthcare simulation – staying up to date with the ‘latest’
By Victoria Brazil (@SocraticEM) The translation of new knowledge to clinical practice has a significant time lag, in part due to the challenge of clinicians keeping up to date with the huge amount of clinical […]
Simulation and Patient Safety – a complex relationship?
By Victoria Brazil (@SocraticEM) Simulation enthusiasts cite patient safety as a key rationale for simulation based education, but few recognize or articulate the potential for simulation to cause harm – to participants, and even to […]