Alinier – Developing High-Fidelity Simulation Scenarios A guide for educators. A comprehensive guide to creating scenarios.
Cumin 2010 – sets out some “standards” for simulators. In an ideal world….?
Draycott 2006 – Simulation improves neonatal outcomes. The landmark study which was the first to show that simulation can improve patient outcomes.
Donaldson CMO Report 2008 – Sir Liam wants more Sim training and tells us it works!
McGaghie meta analysis – Simulation works 2011 – simulated medical training with repeated practice beats conventional training over a wide range of procedural skills..
Riley 2011 – In situ simulation improves perinatal outcome. Another study showing the benefits of simulation training on perinatal outcome – this time with in-situ training.
Weinstock et al 2009 – low-cost in-situ Sim training using a cart.. the publication that inspired mobilesim.
Wheeler 2009 – time to organise critical incident training..
Bromiley case Harmer’s report 2006 – the tragic case that every anaesthetist should read. A good motivator that human factors training makes sense…
Bromiley HealthCare risk 2009 – if the above wasn’t enough, Martin Bromiley challenges us to get on board with human factors..
Bion BJA 2010 – a human factors approach to safety in the critically ill..
De Vita 2005 – Improving MET team performance. Roles and Goals used to improve task completion and simulated patient outcome.
Reader BJA 2006 – human factors to blame for 50% of adverse incidents on ICU..
Toff BJA 2010 – lessons from the airline industry..
Eppich – PEARLS 2015 – a very practical approach to debriefing for all types of sim training
Denning – ALSG debrief 2009 – a method of debriefing taken up by the Advanced Life Support Group. Beats “what went well? what could we improve on?”..
Rudolph 2007 – Debriefing with Good Judgement – a way of debriefing which challenges learners by inquiry while maintaining their psychological safety..
Rudolph 2008 – Debriefing as Formative Assessment. More from Jenny Rudolph et al on debriefing with good judgement.