Some aspects of simulation based learning in medicine on the example of basic invasive skills

Valiev Timur Mikhailovich, Shekhovtsov Viktor Petrovich, Sazonov Kontastin Alexandrovich, Shapekina Elena Alexandrovna, Heather Morgan

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Abstract

The organizational aspects of simulation-based learning in the frame of undergraduate medical education were considered in the publication. As example widely spread practical skills of invasive procedures were chosen. The following organizational aspects were investigated: the course of study, the time interval between training in simulation-based settings and clinical practice, the duration of training and methodology for performing skills. The found diversity of organizational and methodological approaches requires a single concept within this area. In this case a high level quality in training medical specialists will be reached.

Conference

ConferenceXIV International Scientific and Practical Online Conference
CountryRussian Federation
CitySaransk, Mordovia
Period12/10/2012/10/20
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Keywords

  • simulation-based learning
  • practical skills
  • invasive procedures
  • undergraduate medical education

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