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Recommendations for the use of simulation methods in a selected area of health sciences based on an example simulation scenario

Justyna Adamczuk, Magdalena Nieckula, Agata Henryka Dabrowska, Lidia Szlanga, Karolina Radke, Marek Dabrowski
DOI: 10.5603/DEMJ.a2019.0032

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Over the past two decades there has been rapid and enthusiastic acceptance of the simulation in medical education on the international stage. Poland compared to other countries has become unique due to the possibility of developing simulation and education by training teachers who teach medical professions and building simulation centers. One of the most important milestones in the development of the curriculum in medical and health sciences is the introduction of a simulation-based teaching method. Active teaching methods, including medical simulation, create conditions for independent learning, so they should be permanently included in the canon of education methods in the field of health sciences.

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Over the past two decades there has been rapid and enthusiastic acceptance of the simulation in medical education on the international stage. Poland compared to other countries has become unique due to the possibility of developing simulation and education by training teachers who teach medical professions and building simulation centers. One of the most important milestones in the development of the curriculum in medical and health sciences is the introduction of a simulation-based teaching method. Active teaching methods, including medical simulation, create conditions for independent learning, so they should be permanently included in the canon of education methods in the field of health sciences.

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Keywords

medical simulation; education; teaching; nursing

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Title

Recommendations for the use of simulation methods in a selected area of health sciences based on an example simulation scenario

Journal

Disaster and Emergency Medicine Journal

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Ahead of Print

Published online

2019-11-04

DOI

10.5603/DEMJ.a2019.0032

Keywords

medical simulation
education
teaching
nursing

Authors

Justyna Adamczuk
Magdalena Nieckula
Agata Henryka Dabrowska
Lidia Szlanga
Karolina Radke
Marek Dabrowski

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