Crisis management on surgical wards: a simulation-based approach to enhancing technical, teamwork, and patient interaction skills.
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This simulation study examined how residents respond to postoperative deterioration in the surgical ward. Residents improved in validated assessments of clinical performance, teamwork, and communication with patients compared to before the simulation. This work underscores the importance of simulation in patient safety education across multiple clinical settings.
A human factors analysis of technical and team skills among surgical trainees during procedural simulations in a simulated operating theatre.
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Minimizing surgical error by incorporating objective assessment into surgical education.
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Attitudinal changes resulting from repetitive training of operating room personnel using high-fidelity simulation at the point of care.
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