DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2394-6040.ijcmph20184023

Medical simulation: a novel innovation from resource limited nation

Emaduddin Siddiqui, Syed Mustahsan, Muhammad Daniyal, Muhammad Abdul Raffay Khan, Ali Mikdad, Saif Ul Islam Siddiqui, Zain ul Islam Siddiqui

Abstract


Old methods of training and medical education are coming at halt considering chances of errors, neglect and communication gaps amongst medical teams  associated with the traditional methods, leading to avoidable patient mortality. Simulation based learning is slowly replacing the old methods given its provision of safe environment to medical professionals to polish their skills and knowledge without the risk of any loss of patient lives. This article discusses the experience of simulation based learning as it is tried to being introduced at one of the hospitals of Pakistan, a resource limited nation and the challenges that has to be faced in  trying to incorporate   simulation in the education system in near future

Keywords


Simulation, Teaching methods

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