Simulation based education: professional entry student education and training

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Author: Milkins, Laura; Moore, Christopher; Spiteri, John

Abstract:

This report highlights the key reasons to use simulation in student education and training and explores the most effective use of simulation in student curricula. It is intended to be a useful resource for simulation professionals wanting to optimise their work with students and to people involved in designing and delivering student curricula to identify new areas where simulation can be used to enhance education and training.

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Subjects: Higher education; Teaching and learning; Skills and knowledge

Keywords: Simulation; Skill development; Outcomes of education and training

Geographic subjects: New South Wales; Australia; Oceania

Published: Gladesville, New South Wales: Health Education and Training Institute, 2014

Physical description: 39 p.

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http://www.heti.nsw.gov.au/Global/NSS%20Simulation/SimulationBasedEducation_HETI.pdf

Resource type: Report

Call number: TD/TNC 130.75

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