Are high fidelity human patient simulators an effective tool when teaching renal physiology?

Richard Best, Armin Oskooi, Ian Morrison, Jeremy Charles Morse, Derek Anthony Scott

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Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2016
EventScottish Clinical Skills Network Annual Conference 2016 - University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Duration: 16 Apr 2016 → …
https://www.sgptg.org/app/download/21931048/Scottish+Clinical+Skills+Network+2016.pdf (Link to PDF of Conference Programme)

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ConferenceScottish Clinical Skills Network Annual Conference 2016
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityAberdeen
Period16/04/16 → …
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Keywords

  • high fidelity
  • simulation
  • pharmacology
  • physiology
  • renal

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Best, R., Oskooi, A., Morrison, I., Morse, J. C., & Scott, D. A. (2016). Are high fidelity human patient simulators an effective tool when teaching renal physiology?. Paper presented at Scottish Clinical Skills Network Annual Conference 2016, Aberdeen, United Kingdom.

Are high fidelity human patient simulators an effective tool when teaching renal physiology? / Best, Richard; Oskooi, Armin; Morrison, Ian; Morse, Jeremy Charles; Scott, Derek Anthony.

2016. Paper presented at Scottish Clinical Skills Network Annual Conference 2016, Aberdeen, United Kingdom.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

Best, R, Oskooi, A, Morrison, I, Morse, JC & Scott, DA 2016, 'Are high fidelity human patient simulators an effective tool when teaching renal physiology?' Paper presented at Scottish Clinical Skills Network Annual Conference 2016, Aberdeen, United Kingdom, 16/04/16, .
Best R, Oskooi A, Morrison I, Morse JC, Scott DA. Are high fidelity human patient simulators an effective tool when teaching renal physiology?. 2016. Paper presented at Scottish Clinical Skills Network Annual Conference 2016, Aberdeen, United Kingdom.
Best, Richard ; Oskooi, Armin ; Morrison, Ian ; Morse, Jeremy Charles ; Scott, Derek Anthony. / Are high fidelity human patient simulators an effective tool when teaching renal physiology?. Paper presented at Scottish Clinical Skills Network Annual Conference 2016, Aberdeen, United Kingdom.
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