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CAEP GeMES | Does integrating patient death within simulation favor better performance from residents?

In Great Evidence in Medical education Summary (GEMeS) by Eliane Raymond-DufrenseLeave a Comment

“Success is a lousy teacher. It seduces smart people into thinking they can’t lose” – Bill Gates  One school of thought in simulation education is that the simulated patient should never die. Instead, learners should be “rescued” before ultimate failure to prevent students from having their confidence battered by a poor outcome in simulation, which could lead to decision paralysis in a real life scenario. Another contrary line of reasoning, one of which …