Establishing a safe container for learning in simulation: the role of the presimulation briefing.
Rudolph JW, Raemer DB, Simon R. Simul Healthc. 2014 Sep 3; [Epub ahead of print].
Simulation has been advocated as a way to create a safe space to learn from error. This commentary describes why simulation exercises should define expectations, commit to a "fiction contract" with participants, be logistically realistic, and support psychological safety. The authors suggest that these elements will encourage open dialogue about the mistakes that arise during the exercise.
Does training with human patient simulation translate to improved patient safety and outcome?
Shear TD, Greenberg SB, Tokarczyk A. Curr Opin Anaesthesiol. 2013;26:159-163.
Leaders' and followers' individual experiences during the early phase of simulation-based team training: an exploratory study.
Meurling L, Hedman L, Felländer-Tsai L, Wallin CJ. BMJ Qual Saf. 2013;459-467.
Using simulation to address hierarchy issues during medical crises.
Calhoun AW, Boone MC, Miller KH, Pian-Smith MC. Simul Healthc. 2013;8:13-19.
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