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Simulation-Based Education, 1st Edition

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Edited by Elizabeth Simpson, RN, BSc, PgC LTHE, LPE, SFHEA, MSc, Claire McGuinness and Catie Paton, BA, MSc, PGCE
This item will be released on 12-09-2024
With an increasing focus on Simulation-Based Education (SBE) in health care, this new book is a step-by-step guide to becoming an effective SBE educator. Simulation-Based Education provides practical advice for undergraduate and postgraduate educato ...view more

With an increasing focus on Simulation-Based Education (SBE) in health care, this new book is a step-by-step guide to becoming an effective SBE educator.

Simulation-Based Education provides practical advice for undergraduate and postgraduate educators on how to plan and deliver SBE across a range of health and social care disciplines. It covers the planning, delivery and evaluation of SBE, hints and tips for success, and interactive immersive simulation in a variety of education settings.

Written by SBE specialists from across the healthcare disciplines, the book uses a ‘workshop’ approach that encourages readers to evaluate their current practice and apply new knowledge to develop their strengths, making it invaluable for the entire SBE team.

ISBN :
9780702082078
Publication Date :
12-09-2024
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With an increasing focus on Simulation-Based Education (SBE) in health care, this new book is a step-by-step guide to becoming an effective SBE educator.

Simulation-Based Education provides practical advice for undergraduate and postgraduate educators on how to plan and deliver SBE across a range of health and social care disciplines. It covers the planning, delivery and evaluation of SBE, hints and tips for success, and interactive immersive simulation in a variety of education settings.

Written by SBE specialists from across the healthcare disciplines, the book uses a ‘workshop’ approach that encourages readers to evaluate their current practice and apply new knowledge to develop their strengths, making it invaluable for the entire SBE team.


Key Features
  • Practical guide suitable for all types and levels of faculty, including teaching staff, technicians, technologists and simulated patients
  • Offers an experiential, workshop-based approach - can be used as a guide for educators to develop their own SBE
  • Expert contributors drawn from across the healthcare disciplines
  • Interactive sections and ‘next steps’ encourage the reader to hone their current practice
  • Aligns with the dimensions of Advance Higher Education (HE) – can be used as a faculty development tool and as a facilitator for application to the HEA for fellowship
  • Each chapter maps to the Association of Medical Educators (AoME) domains; General Medical Council (GMC) trainer domains; the Association for Simulated Practice in Healthcare (ASPIH) themes; United Kingdom Professional Standards Framework (UKPSF) domains

Author Information
Edited by Elizabeth Simpson, RN, BSc, PgC LTHE, LPE, SFHEA, MSc; Claire McGuinness, Professional Advisor, Nursing and Midwifery Education Chief Nursing Officer Directorate,Scottish Government and Catie Paton, BA, MSc, PGCE