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  1. Innovation

    A simulated “Night-onCall” to assess and address the readiness-for-internship of transitioning medical students

    Transitioning medical students are anxious about their readiness-for-internship, as are their residency program directors and teaching hospital leadership responsible for care quality and patient safety. A rea...

    Adina Kalet, Sondra Zabar, Demian Szyld, Steven D Yavner, Hyuksoon Song, Michael W Nick, Grace Ng, Martin V Pusic, Christine Denicola, Cary Blum, Kinga L Eliasz, Joey Nicholson and Thomas S Riles

    Advances in Simulation 2017 2:13

    Published on: 14 August 2017

  2. Innovation

    The Association of Standardized Patient Educators (ASPE) Standards of Best Practice (SOBP)

    In this paper, we define the Association of Standardized Patient Educators (ASPE) Standards of Best Practice (SOBP) for those working with human role players who interact with learners in a wide range of exper...

    Karen L. Lewis, Carrie A. Bohnert, Wendy L. Gammon, Henrike Hölzer, Lorraine Lyman, Cathy Smith, Tonya M. Thompson, Amelia Wallace and Gayle Gliva-McConvey

    Advances in Simulation 2017 2:10

    Published on: 27 June 2017

  3. Innovation

    An institution-wide approach to submission, review, and funding of simulation-based curricula

    This article describes the development, implementation, and modification of an institutional process to evaluate and fund graduate medical education simulation curricula. The goals of this activity were to (a)...

    David H. Salzman, Diane B. Wayne, Walter J. Eppich, Eric S. Hungness, Mark D. Adler, Christine S. Park, Katherine A. Barsness, William C. McGaghie and Jeffrey H. Barsuk

    Advances in Simulation 2017 2:9

    Published on: 15 June 2017

  4. Research

    The effects of active (hot-seat) versus observer roles during simulation-based training on stress levels and non-technical performance: a randomized trial

    Active ‘hands-on’ participation in the ‘hot-seat’ during immersive simulation-based training (SBT) induces stress for participants, which is believed to be necessary to improve performance. We hypothesized tha...

    Choon Looi Bong, Sumin Lee, Agnes Suah Bwee Ng, John Carson Allen, Evangeline Hua Ling Lim and Arpana Vidyarthi

    Advances in Simulation 2017 2:7

    Published on: 20 March 2017

  5. Commentary

    Conducting multicenter research in healthcare simulation: Lessons learned from the INSPIRE network

    Simulation-based research has grown substantially over the past two decades; however, relatively few published simulation studies are multicenter in nature. Multicenter research confers many distinct advantage...

    Adam Cheng, David Kessler, Ralph Mackinnon, Todd P. Chang, Vinay M. Nadkarni, Elizabeth A. Hunt, Jordan Duval-Arnould, Yiqun Lin, Martin Pusic and Marc Auerbach

    Advances in Simulation 2017 2:6

    Published on: 28 February 2017

  6. Research

    An experimental study on the impact of clinical interruptions on simulated trainee performances of central venous catheterization

    Interruptions are common in the healthcare setting. This experimental study compares the effects of interruptions on simulated performances of central venous catheterization during a highly versus minimally co...

    Jessica Jones, Matthew Wilkins, Jeff Caird, Alyshah Kaba, Adam Cheng and Irene W. Y. Ma

    Advances in Simulation 2017 2:5

    Published on: 14 February 2017

  7. Research

    Designing in situ simulation in the emergency department: evaluating safety attitudes amongst physicians and nurses

    This intervention study aimed to enhance patient safety attitudes through the design of an in situ simulation program based on a needs analysis involving thematic analysis of patient safety data and short-term...

    Charlotte Paltved, Anders Thais Bjerregaard, Kristian Krogh, Jonas Juul Pedersen and Peter Musaeus

    Advances in Simulation 2017 2:4

    Published on: 8 February 2017

  8. Commentary

    Serious games for health: three steps forwards

    Serious games are educational tools which are more and more used in patient and health professional education. In this article, we discuss three main points that developers and educators need to address during...

    David Drummond, Alice Hadchouel and Antoine Tesnière

    Advances in Simulation 2017 2:3

    Published on: 4 February 2017

  9. Research

    Simulation and mental health outcomes: a scoping review

    A scoping review was conducted in order to map and determine the gaps in literature on the impact of simulation as an educational approach to improve mental health care outcomes. As it became apparent that no ...

    Brett Williams, Priya Reddy, Stuart Marshall, Bronwyn Beovich and Lesley McKarney

    Advances in Simulation 2017 2:2

    Published on: 28 January 2017

  10. Research

    Simulation as a toolkit—understanding the perils of blood transfusion in a complex health care environment

    Administration of blood is a complex process requiring vigilance and effective teamwork. Despite strict policies and training on blood administration, errors still occur and can lead to mistransfusion with adv...

    Douglas M. Campbell, Laya Poost-Foroosh, Katerina Pavenski, Maya Contreras, Fahad Alam, Jason Lee and Patricia Houston

    Advances in Simulation 2016 1:32

    Published on: 8 December 2016

  11. Debate article

    Simulation reframed

    Simulation is firmly established as a mainstay of clinical education, and extensive research has demonstrated its value. Current practice uses inanimate simulators (with a range of complexity, sophistication a...

    Roger L. Kneebone

    Advances in Simulation 2016 1:27

    Published on: 29 September 2016

  12. Research

    Reporting guidelines for health care simulation research: extensions to the CONSORT and STROBE statements

    Simulation-based research (SBR) is rapidly expanding but the quality of reporting needs improvement. For a reader to critically assess a study, the elements of the study need to be clearly reported. Our object...

    Adam Cheng, David Kessler, Ralph Mackinnon, Todd P. Chang, Vinay M. Nadkarni, Elizabeth A. Hunt, Jordan Duval-Arnould, Yiqun Lin, David A. Cook, Martin Pusic, Joshua Hui, David Moher, Matthias Egger and Marc Auerbach

    Advances in Simulation 2016 1:25

    Published on: 25 July 2016

    The Editorial to this article has been published in Advances in Simulation 2016 1:24

  13. Innovation

    Non-Technical Skills Bingo—a game to facilitate the learning of complex concepts

    Acquiring the concepts of non-technical skills (NTS) beyond a superficial level is a challenge for healthcare professionals and simulation faculty. Current simulation-based approaches to teach NTS are challeng...

    Peter Dieckmann, Ronnie Glavin, Rikke Malene Hartvigsen Grønholm Jepsen and Ralf Krage

    Advances in Simulation 2016 1:23

    Published on: 22 July 2016

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