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Cognitive Task Analysis for Expert-Based Instruction in Healthcare
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This chapter presents an overview or the rationale and ev idence for the use of cognitive task analysis (CTA) in health care including the following: It presents a brief history and definition of CTA, the reason it is being adopted for healthcare education, evidence for its learning benefits when used in evidence-based instructional design and medical simulators, an example of how one of the evidence-based CTA methods was implemented in healthcare, and suggestions for future research. The point is made that when evidence-based CTA methods are used, learning from CTA-based healthcare instruction increases an average of 45 % when compared with current task analysis methods.
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