Learning in technology-enhanced medical simulation: locations and knowings

Song-ee Ahn, Sanna Rimpilainen, Tara Fenwick, Madeleine Abrandt Dahlgren

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Abstract

The use of simulators has become a common teaching strategy in medical education. It is seen as offering opportunities to address the needs for training interprofessional collaboration by focusing on communication, situation awareness, decision making and coping with stress. While there is a large body of quantitative effect studies supporting the use of technology-enhanced simulations in medical training [3], there is a lack of rigorous, theory-based, qualitative studies to clarify how and when to effectively use simulations to train health care professionals. This qualitative study aims to investigate simulation-based medical training situations, focusing on performance, material arrangements and production of forms of knowing/learning.

Conference

ConferenceBSAS7
CountrySweden
CityStockholm
Period18/10/1318/10/13

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medical technology
simulation
communication situation
Medical education
learning
learning method
teaching strategy
Health care
Teaching
coping
Simulators
Decision making
health care
decision making
lack
Communication
performance
education

Keywords

  • nursing
  • interdisciplinary research
  • actor network theory
  • ethnographic method
  • social sciences
  • educational technology

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Ahn, S., Rimpilainen, S., Fenwick, T., & Dahlgren, M. A. (2013). Learning in technology-enhanced medical simulation: locations and knowings. Poster session presented at BSAS7, Stockholm, Sweden.
Ahn, Song-ee ; Rimpilainen, Sanna ; Fenwick, Tara ; Dahlgren, Madeleine Abrandt. / Learning in technology-enhanced medical simulation : locations and knowings. Poster session presented at BSAS7, Stockholm, Sweden.1 p.
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2013. Poster session presented at BSAS7, Stockholm, Sweden.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePoster

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Ahn S, Rimpilainen S, Fenwick T, Dahlgren MA. Learning in technology-enhanced medical simulation: locations and knowings. 2013. Poster session presented at BSAS7, Stockholm, Sweden.