Simulated scenarios are a vital component in the training of health professionals. Debriefing is seen as a vital part of this learning process, but do students… Read more »
Alexis Battista is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Graduate Programs in Health Professions Education at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences where she teaches courses on simulation-based learning and qualitative and mixed method research design. Her research and evaluation focuses on, a) understanding how simulation-based learning supports learning, b) examining faculty instructional practices, and c) simulation-based research and evaluation methods.
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- Reframing learning in simulation: getting from the what to the how - 9th January 2018