In this article by Katherine Mangan featured in The Chronicle of Higher Education, it is emphasized that medical school simulation centers play a significant role in medical training and also contribute to improving the quality of the health care being provided. Simulation exercises enable residents, as well as both new and experienced physicians, to practice, evaluate, and further develop their skills in a safer, more convenient team-oriented atmosphere.
“Individual or teams could practice while their technical, cognitive, and group-communication skills were being assessed. A printed report would evaluate their skills at the beginning and end of the session…”
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