Authors

Cobie Rudd

Document Type

Report

Publisher

Office for Learning and Teaching, DIICCSRTE

Place of Publication

Sydney, Australia

Comments

Rudd, C. J. (2013). Enhancing the uptake of learning through simulation in health. Sydney, Australia: Office for Learning and Teaching, DIICCSRTE.

Abstract

The initial reason that a simulated learning environment (SLE) was pursued was to offer university-based health students a safe and authentic environment in which to learn and practise their skills. Since that time, some eight years later, experience has shown that an SLE needed multiple dimensions to its work, based on evidence. In addition, a new approach to applying and integrating learning through simulation within health curricula, that was replicable and affordable, was required...

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