Andree Gamble

Andree Gamble

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Adult simulated patients (SPs) are now embedded in health professions education, prompting the development of practice standards. The comparatively sparse involvement of children and young people as simulated participants in education may account for the absence of standards to underpin their safe practice. Research suggests that children and young...
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Objective: This review will evaluate the experiences of health care professionals in the intensive care unit when families participate in clinician handovers. Introduction: Families of patients admitted to the intensive care unit report stress and anxiety. Family participation in multidisciplinary rounds in the intensive care unit may improve pa...
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Background Real patients in clinical placements are important for learning and may well be the ‘gold standard’. However, simulated patients (SPs) are a viable alternative in the absence of this opportunity. While adult SPs contribute to health professions education, child and adolescent simulated patients (CASPs) are less common. This research aims...
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Adolescent simulated patients (SPs) work in an environment where complex and dynamic power relationships are at play. These relationships differ to those encountered in clinical practice. Instead of health professionals exerting their power from a foundation resting on knowledge, to a patient consumed with worry, SPs in simulation scenarios often h...
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Background Learners should be exposed to the core principles of adolescent specific communication and assessment frameworks as part of health professional curricula. How this is done can vary considerably, but the inclusion of adolescents seems an ideal and realistic option. However, securing their participation can be challenging. A viable option...
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Surgical training is long and complex. At the core of clinical practice is communication. Voice is central to relationships of care. Communication and other person-centred competencies are well articulated in surgical training programs. Simulated participant (SP) methodology has seen significant development over its contemporary history. Most commo...
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Supervision is an important facet of research. Highly relational in nature, it has the potential to provide rich experiences for all involved. The supervisory relationship has an important role in stewarding standards of research practice and achieving shared goals. In this chapter, we focus on formal supervisory relationships between higher degree...
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Introduction Simulation-based education (SBE) is a well-established, evidence-based teaching method that is now commonly integrated into many health professional curricula. Despite the evidence promoting simulation as an educational technique there remains a gap on strategic planning processes for faculties where there is a range of professions and...
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Simulation in health education has been shown to increase confidence, psychomotor and professional skills, and thus positively impact on student preparedness for clinical placement. It is recognised as a valuable tool to expose and engage students in realistic patient care encounters without the potential to cause patient harm. Although inherent ch...
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Simulated patients (SP) contribute to health professional education for communication, clinical skills teaching, and assessment. Although a significant body of literature exists on the involvement of adult SPs, limited research has been conducted on the contribution of children and adolescents. This systematic review, using narrative summary with t...

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