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Advances in Health Sciences Education

May 2012 Volume 17, Number 2

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Number of articles: 2

  1. System Dynamics in Medical Education: A Tool for Life

    David M. Rubin, Christopher L. Richards, Penelope A. C. Keene, Janice E. Paiker, A Rosemary T. Gray, Robyn F. R. Herron, Megan J. Russell & Brian Wigdorowitz

    A course in system dynamics has been included in the first year of our university's six-year medical curriculum. System Dynamics is a discipline that facilitates the modelling, simulation and... More

    pp. 203-210

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  2. Why Simulation-Based Team Training Has Not Been Used Effectively and What Can Be Done about It

    Italo Masiello

    Advanced medical education simulators are broadly used today to train both technical/procedural and team-based skills. While there is convincing evidence of the benefits of training technical... More

    pp. 279-288

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