Simulation based learning in practice with interprofessional students: organic disruptive simulation and golden teachable moments

Laura Chalmers

Abstract


Enhancing collaborative practice through Interprofessional education/learning is essential preparation for future health and social work student. This must not only sit within the universities but can be achieved in practice placement areas such as teaching rooms and the coffee room. Simulation based education is used to deliver a suite of low-fidelity simulations in practice for the overt student rehearsal of the multi-disciplinary team meeting. An unexpected outcome of this project was the development of a simulation debriefing technique and coaching style that transcend the boundaries of traditional simulation debriefing to one of coaching conversations and enhancing interprofessional education/learning.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1921/jpts.v16i1.1225

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