Infographic: Implementation of a Simulation Curriculum

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In this issue we have summarized the paper, “The Implementation of a Multi-institutional Multidisciplinary Simulation-based Resuscitation Skills Training Curriculum”, a collaboration between the University of Saskatchewan and Queen’s University.1

Post-graduate medical education is moving towards a competency-based design causing certain EPAs to become difficult to assess.  Simulation presents as a good method to teach and assess rare EPAs but requires a large amount of work to be effective.  The implementation of previously existing simulation curriculum to other institutions avoids inefficient use of resources and duplication of effort.

In the future, the cases in this study will be peer-reviewed and uploaded online.

References

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Chaplin T, Egan R, Cofie N, Gu JJ, McColl T, Thoma B. The Implementation of a Multi-institutional Multidisciplinary Simulation-based Resuscitation Skills Training Curriculum. Cureus. November 2018. doi:10.7759/cureus.3593
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Anson Dinh

Anson Dinh

Anson Dinh is a medical student at the University of Saskatchewan, Class of 2021. His academic interests involve ultrasound and simulations. His hobbies include bouldering, journaling, and collecting fountain pens.