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  1. Gynecological Teaching Associates (GTAs) and Male Urogenital Teaching Associates (MUTAs) instruct healthcare professional learners to perform accurate and respectful breast, speculum, bimanual vaginal, rectal,...

    Authors: Holly Hopkins, Chelsea Weaks, Tim Webster and Melih Elcin

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2021 6:23

    Content type: Innovation

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  2. With ever increasingly complex healthcare settings, technology enhanced simulation (TES) is well positioned to explore all perspectives to enhance patient safety and patient outcomes. Analysis from a Safety-II...

    Authors: Ralph James MacKinnon, Karin Pukk-Härenstam, Christopher Kennedy, Erik Hollnagel and David Slater

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2021 6:21

    Content type: Research

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  3. Rapid Cycle Deliberate Practice (RCDP) is an increasingly popular simulation technique that allows learners to achieve mastery of skills through repetition, feedback, and increasing difficulty. This manuscript...

    Authors: Erin E. Blanchard, Lee Ann Riesenberg, Lisa B. Bergman, Michelle R. Brown, Emma C. O’Hagan, Shivani J. Patel and Tekuila R. Carter

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2021 6:20

    Content type: Research

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  4. Gynecological Teaching Associates (GTAs) and Male Urogenital Teaching Associates (MUTAs) are individuals trained to instruct health professional learners with their own body to conduct accurate, patient-center...

    Authors: Holly Hopkins, Chelsea Weaks and Elise Napier

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2021 6:19

    Content type: Research

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  5. Although in 2020, there are more than 120 healthcare simulation fellowships established globally, there is a paucity of literature on how to design fellowship programs most effectively, to equip graduates with...

    Authors: Michael J. Meguerdichian, Komal Bajaj and Katie Walker

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2021 6:18

    Content type: Innovation

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  6. Maintaining acute care physician competence is critically important. Current maintenance of certification (MOC) programs has started to incorporate simulation-based education (SBE). However, competency expecta...

    Authors: Jonathan Pirie, Jabeen Fayyaz, Mireille Gharib, Laura Simone, Carrie Glanfield and Anna Kempinska

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2021 6:17

    Content type: Innovation

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  7. Healthcare organizations strive to deliver safe, high-quality, efficient care. These complex systems frequently harbor gaps, which if unmitigated, could result in harm. Systems-focused simulation (SFS) project...

    Authors: Mirette Dubé, Glenn Posner, Kimberly Stone, Marjorie White, Alyshah Kaba, Komal Bajaj, Adam Cheng, Vincent Grant, Simon Huang and Jennifer Reid

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2021 6:16

    Content type: Innovation

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  8. Simulation-based mastery learning (SBML) is an effective, evidence-based methodology for procedural skill acquisition, but its application may be limited by its resource intensive nature. To address this issue...

    Authors: Emma L. Scahill, Nathan G. Oliver, Victoria R. Tallentire, Simon Edgar and James F. Tiernan

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2021 6:15

    Content type: Innovation

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  9. Adult and paediatric basic life support (BLS) training are often conducted via group training with an accredited instructor every 24 months. Multiple studies have demonstrated a decline in the quality of cardi...

    Authors: Katherine Kuyt, Montana Mullen, Catherine Fullwood, Todd P. Chang, James Fenwick, Victoria Withey, Rod McIntosh, Naomi Herz and Ralph James MacKinnon

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2021 6:14

    Content type: Research

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  10. An amendment to this paper has been published and can be accessed via the original article.

    Authors: Mirette Dubé, Alyshah Kaba, Theresa Cronin, Sue Barnes, Tara Fuselli and Vincent Grant

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2021 6:13

    Content type: Correction

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    The original article was published in Advances in Simulation 2020 5:22

  11. We present a summary of the development and clinical use of two custom designed high-fidelity virtual-reality simulator training platforms. This simulator development program began in 2016 to support the phase...

    Authors: Felix Heimann, Giulio Barteselli, André Brand, Andreas Dingeldey, Laszlo Godard, Hendrik Hochstetter, Michael Schneider, Alexander Rothkegel, Clemens Wagner, Joshua Horvath and Shrirang Ranade

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2021 6:12

    Content type: Innovation

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  12. Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) have been proposed as novel methods to enhance cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) performance and increase engagement with CPR training. A scoping review was c...

    Authors: Katherine Kuyt, Sang-Hee Park, Todd P. Chang, Timothy Jung and Ralph MacKinnon

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2021 6:11

    Content type: Research

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  13. Safety science in healthcare has historically focused primarily on reducing risk and minimizing harm by learning everything possible from when things go wrong (Safety-I). Safety-II encourages the study of all ...

    Authors: Suzanne K. Bentley, Shannon McNamara, Michael Meguerdichian, Katie Walker, Mary Patterson and Komal Bajaj

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2021 6:9

    Content type: Innovation

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  14. The goal of this study was to identify taken-for-granted beliefs and assumptions about use, costs, and facilitation of post-event debriefing. These myths prevent the ubiquitous uptake of post-event debriefing ...

    Authors: Julia Carolin Seelandt, Katie Walker and Michaela Kolbe

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2021 6:7

    Content type: Research

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  15. This article describes an operational framework for implementing translational simulation in everyday practice. The framework, based on an input-process-output model, is developed from a critical review of the...

    Authors: Christopher Peter Nickson, Andrew Petrosoniak, Stephanie Barwick and Victoria Brazil

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2021 6:6

    Content type: Innovation

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  16. Experiential learning through simulation can play a very significant role, not only in hospital settings but also in community contexts (Lubbers and Rossman, Nurse Educ. Today 48:140-144; Wheeler and McNelis, ...

    Authors: Burhanuddin Ali Akber, Mehak Ismail Rajani, Farah Khalid and Charles Docherty

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2021 6:5

    Content type: Innovation

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  17. The use of eye tracking in the simulated setting can help improve our understanding of what sources of information clinicians are using as they deliver routine patient care.

    Authors: Emanuele Capogna, Giorgio Capogna, Denise Raccis, Francesco Salvi, Matteo Velardo and Angelica Del Vecchio

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2021 6:4

    Content type: Research

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  18. The use of simulation-based team training has increased over the past decades. Simulation-based team training within emergency medicine and critical care contexts is best known for its use by trauma teams and ...

    Authors: Jesper Weile, Mette Amalie Nebsbjerg, Stig Holm Ovesen, Charlotte Paltved and Mads Lind Ingeman

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2021 6:3

    Content type: Research

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  19. Respiratory diseases impose an immense health burden worldwide and affect millions of people on a global scale. Reduction of exercise tolerance poses a huge health issue affecting patients with a respiratory c...

    Authors: Christina Condon, Wing Tung Lam, Chiara Mosley and Suzanne Gough

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2020 5:33

    Content type: Research

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  20. Multiple guidelines recommend debriefing after clinical events in the emergency department (ED) to improve performance, but their implementation has been limited. We aimed to start a clinical debriefing progra...

    Authors: Jean-Christophe Servotte, T. Bram Welch-Horan, Paul Mullan, Justine Piazza, Alexandre Ghuysen and Demian Szyld

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2020 5:32

    Content type: Innovation

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  21. The majority of tasks nurses complete in acute care settings are time-sensitive. Due to complex patient needs, nurses’ multitasking behavior is of growing importance. Situations involving multitasking behavior...

    Authors: Ashley E. Franklin, Laura Thielke, Gregory E. Gilbert and Mary Waller

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2020 5:31

    Content type: Research

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  22. Teaching and assessing clinical procedures requires a clear delineation of the individual steps required to successfully complete the procedure. For decades, human reliability analysis (HRA) has been used to i...

    Authors: Aoife Lavelle, Mary White, Mark J.D. Griffiths, Dara Byrne and Paul O’Connor

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2020 5:30

    Content type: Research

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  23. The healthcare needs of our societies are continual changing and evolving. In order to meet these needs, healthcare provision has to be dynamic and reactive to provide the highest standards of safe care. There...

    Authors: Gerard J. Gormley, Anu Kajamaa, Richard L. Conn and Sarah O’Hare

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2020 5:29

    Content type: Debate article

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  24. Midwives are expected to support women with lactation initiation and maintenance. Midwifery students engaged in a simulation-based exercise (LactSim OSCE) where they role-played the clinician and the breastfee...

    Authors: Aria Grabowski, Olivia S. Anderson, Ruth Zielinski, Melisa Scott, Lisa Hammer, Muriel Bassil, Samantha A. Chuisano and Anna Sadovnikova

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2020 5:28

    Content type: Research

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  25. The COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing rules necessitated the suspension of all in-person learning activities at our institution. Consequently, distance learning became essential. We adapted a high-fideli...

    Authors: Shivani M. Patel, Christina R. Miller, Adam Schiavi, Serkan Toy and Deborah A. Schwengel

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2020 5:26

    Content type: Innovation

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  26. New technologies for clinical staff are typically introduced via an “in-service” that focuses on knowledge and technical skill. Successful adoption of new healthcare technologies is influenced by multiple othe...

    Authors: Lisa T. Barker, William F. Bond, Andrew L. Vincent, Kimberly L. Cooley, Jeremy S. McGarvey, John A. Vozenilek and Emilie S. Powell

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2020 5:25

    Content type: Innovation

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  27. In the national education plan for Bachelor of Nursing in Norway, it is emphasized that focus areas for practical studies must include experience related to paediatric nursing. However, given the paucity of ch...

    Authors: Iben Akselbo, Heidi Killingberg and Ingvild Aune

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2020 5:24

    Content type: Research

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  28. Moulage is used frequently in simulation, with emerging evidence for its use in fields such as paramedicine, radiography and dermatology. It is argued that moulage adds to realism in simulation, although recen...

    Authors: Jessica B. Stokes-Parish, Robbert Duvivier and Brian Jolly

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2020 5:23

    Content type: Research

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  29. Healthcare resources have been strained to previously unforeseeable limits as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020. This has prompted the emergence of critical just-in-time COVID-19 education, including r...

    Authors: Mirette Dubé, Alyshah Kaba, Theresa Cronin, Sue Barnes, Tara Fuselli and Vincent Grant

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2020 5:22

    Content type: Innovation

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    The Correction to this article has been published in Advances in Simulation 2021 6:13

  30. An increasing number of incidents involving aggressive behaviour in acute care hospitals are being witnessed worldwide. Acute care hospital staff are often not trained or confident in managing aggression. Comp...

    Authors: Marijke Mitchell, Fiona Newall, Jennifer Sokol, Melissa Heywood and Katrina Williams

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2020 5:21

    Content type: Innovation

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  31. In a setting in which learning of basic procedural skills commences upon graduation from medical school, and as a first step towards integration of simulation-based learning into the anesthesiology training pr...

    Authors: Delfina Sanchez Novas, Gonzalo Domenech, Natalia Giselda Belitzky, Maria Mercedes Errecart, Sergio Adrian Terrasa and Gustavo Garcia Fornari

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2020 5:19

    Content type: Research

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  32. Many simulation programs have recently shifted towards providing remote simulations with virtual debriefings. Virtual debriefings involve educators facilitating conversations through web-based videoconferencin...

    Authors: Adam Cheng, Michaela Kolbe, Vincent Grant, Susan Eller, Roberta Hales, Benjamin Symon, Sharon Griswold and Walter Eppich

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2020 5:18

    Content type: Innovation

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  33. In recent years, researchers have recognized the need to examine the relative effectiveness of different simulation approaches and the experiences of physicians operating within such environments. The current ...

    Authors: Timothy J. Cleary, Alexis Battista, Abigail Konopasky, Divya Ramani, Steven J. Durning and Anthony R. Artino Jr

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2020 5:17

    Content type: Research

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  34. Cardiovascular physiology can be simulated in patient simulators but is limited to the simulator monitor curves and parameters, missing some important data that today is known as essential to fluid management ...

    Authors: Daniela Chaló, Joana Marques, Henrique Mendes and Consuelo Sancho

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2020 5:16

    Content type: Innovation

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  35. COVID-19 has taken the world by surprise; even the most sophisticated healthcare systems have been unable to cope with the volume of patients and lack of resources. Yet the gradual spread of the virus in Leban...

    Authors: Zavi Lakissian, Rami Sabouneh, Rida Zeineddine, Joe Fayad, Rim Banat and Rana Sharara-Chami

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2020 5:15

    Content type: Research

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  36. In the process of hospital planning and design, the ability to mitigate risk is imperative and practical as design decisions made early can lead to unintended downstream effects that may lead to patient harm. ...

    Authors: Nora Colman, Ashley Dalpiaz, Sarah Walter, Misty S. Chambers and Kiran B. Hebbar

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2020 5:14

    Content type: Innovation

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  37. The world is facing a massive burden from the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. Governments took the extraordinary step of locking down their own countries to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Af...

    Authors: Pier Luigi Ingrassia, Giorgio Capogna, Cristina Diaz-Navarro, Demian Szyld, Stefania Tomola and Esther Leon-Castelao

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2020 5:13

    Content type: Debate article

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  38. Continuing professional development (CPD) activities delivered by simulation to independently practicing physicians are becoming increasingly popular. At present, the educational potential of such simulations ...

    Authors: James S. Leung, Mandeep Brar, Mohamed Eltorki, Kevin Middleton, Leanne Patel, Meagan Doyle and Quang Ngo

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2020 5:12

    Content type: Methodology article

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  39. Simulation-based training of emergency teams offers a safe learning environment in which training in the management of the critically ill patient can be planned and practiced without harming the patient. We de...

    Authors: Per P. Bredmose, Jostein Hagemo, Jo Røislien, Doris Østergaard and Stephen Sollid

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2020 5:7

    Content type: Innovation

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  40. Healthcare simulation has significant potential for helping health services to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. Rapid changes to care pathways and processes needed for protection of staff and patients may be f...

    Authors: Victoria Brazil, Belinda Lowe, Leanne Ryan, Rachel Bourke, Clare Scott, Simone Myers, Hellen Kaneko, Jane Schweitzer and Brenton Shanahan

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2020 5:9

    Content type: Innovation

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  41. Use of simulation to ensure an organization is ready for significant events, like COVID-19 pandemic, has shifted from a “backburner” training tool to a “first choice” strategy for ensuring individual, team, an...

    Authors: Ryan Brydges, Douglas M. Campbell, Lindsay Beavers, Nazanin Khodadoust, Paula Iantomasi, Kristen Sampson, Alberto Goffi, Filipe N. Caparica Santos and Andrew Petrosoniak

    Citation: Advances in Simulation 2020 5:8

    Content type: Innovation

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