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Teresa Britt, MSN, RN, is the Director of Education for the Center for Healthcare Improvement and Patient Simulation at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, TN. Teresa has taught healthcare education for over 25 years and has extensive knowledge of current methodologies and best practices for utilization of Standardized Patients/Simulated Patients in healthcare education.
On this episode of On the Air, Teresa discusses the importance of interprofessional development, debriefing, and critical reflection in both simulation in healthcare education and in clinical practice.
Recommendations from Episode 6:
11/15/2017 08:33:01 am
I am a current student of occupational therapy assisting and found this episode to be of particular interest because of the difficulty there seems to be in our didactic curriculum and teaching "practical" lessons. I don't know how much of this is a factor of the program that I attend and whether it's a broader question in OT education. But from what I've seen, I think that the conceptual coursework would be greatly reinforced by targeted simulation of clinical situations before attending fieldwork. I wonder why some OT educators resist this type of education for their field, but it's so prevalent in nursing and first responder training.
11/15/2017 11:26:54 am
Thank you for the feedback and support! You bring up an interesting point, one that is ripe for investigation if anyone in the field is looking for a research question :)
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