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Simulation in Surgical Training and Practice is reviewed extensively in this important Surgical Clinics of North America issue. Articles include: Applying Educational Theory to Simulation Based Training and Assessment in Surgery; Figuring out Team Simulation Training; Faculty Development for Simulation Training; The Evolving Role of Simulation in Teaching Surgery in Undergraduate Medical Education; Using Simulation in Inter-Professional Education; Current Status of Simulation Based Training in Graduate Medical Education; National Simulation-based Training of Fellows: The Vascular Surgery Example; Paying For it:  Funding Models for Simulation Centers; Surgical Simulation Centers as Educational Homes for Practicing Surgeons; Better Assessment: Advanced Engineering Technology for Measuring Performance In and Out of the Simulation Lab; Moving the Needle – Simulation’s Impact on Patient Outcomes; Human Factors Engineering and Effective Simulation – Partners for Improved Patient Safety; Simulation for the Assessment and Improvement of Teamwork and Communication in the Operating Room; Using Simulation to Improve Systems; Simulation for Maintenance of Certification; and more!



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Clinics Review Articles Surgical Clinics of North America
Simulation in Surgical Training and Practice
Kimberly M. Brown, MD, FACS Laboratory for Surgical Training, Assessment and Research and Hepatobiliary-Pancreatic Surgery, Department of Surgery, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX, USA
John T. Paige, MD, FACS School of Medicine, Department of Surgery, LSU Heath Sciences Center, LSU Health New Orleans School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA, USA
I SSN 0039-6109 VO L UM E 95 • NUM BER 4 • AUG UST 2015
Table of Contents
Cover image
Title page
Contributors Consulting Editor Editors Authors
Forthcoming Issues Forthcoming Issues Recent Issues
Preface Training & Practice
Applying Educational Theory to Simulation-Based Training and Assessment in Surgery Key points Introduction
Simulators and simulation
Educational theories and models of learning
Taxonomies of learning and thinking
Theories and models of learning
ADDIE: a systematic approach to curriculum and instructional design
Assessment principles
Validity and reliability Summary
Concepts for Developing Expert Surgical Teams Using Simulation Key points What is team training?
Team-based theories and principles and/or characteristics of expert teams
How to measure team effectiveness
Existing work in these areas Summary
Simulation and Faculty Development Key points Introduction
Faculty as learners
Faculty as teachers
Faculty as leaders
Faculty as innovators Summary
The Evolving Role of Simulation in Teaching Surgery in Undergraduate Medical Education Key points Introduction
Brief history of simulation
Drivers on surgical undergraduate medical education
Types of simulators
Developing simulation-based training curricula Association of American Medical Colleges core entrustable professional activities for entering residency American College of Surgeons/Association for Surgical Education medical student simulation-based surgical skills curriculum