An Event-based Approach to Teach Simulation Scenario Design
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AbstractBackground:
Stimulation is named as a useful and effective tool for teamwork training and assessment, especially in interprofessional training. Simulation scenario design is one of the key component. We explore a general methodology to teach scenario design.

Methods:
We searched PubMed between 1 Jan 2004 and 31 Aug 2016 using the keywords on ‘‘teamwork’’ AND ‘‘assessment’’ AND ‘‘medical simulation’’.We retrieved and reviewed the articles relevant to scenario design and reflect on methodology to teach scenario design.

Results:
A total of 101 articles were retrieved and reviewed. We identified and explored an event-based approach. We examined the processes against a list of key elements that would facilitate learning and running of scenario. Simulation scenarios are constructed to identify any potential obstacle in applying the event-based approach.

Conclusion:
The event-based approach fulfills the four essential features for effective simulation and includes key elements that would facilitates learning and running of scenario. An event-based approach is a recommended framework to teach scenario design.
Acceptance Date01/08/2018
All Author(s) ListGeorge Kwok Chu WONG
Name of ConferenceHong Kong Society for Simulation in Healthcare Annual Scientific Meeting 2017
Start Date of Conference09/09/2017
End Date of Conference10/09/2017
Place of ConferenceRegal Kowloon Hotel, Tsim Sha Tsui
Country/Region of ConferenceHong Kong
Proceedings TitleHong Kong Society for Simulation in Healthcare: Abstracts From the 2017 Annual Scientific Meeting
Year2018
Month8
Volume Number13
Issue Number4
Pages300 - 300
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom

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