Debriefing or Deliberate Practice?
Medicine has traditionally relied on a “see one, do one” approach to learning and experience. Didactic learning in this context focuses on imparting knowledge. Simulation-based learning makes that knowledge come alive—alive in a setting designed to mimic real clinical encounters and lifelike experiences where clinicians can refine their individual and team skills well before touching a real patient.
How does deliberate practice and debriefing work?
At IMSH 2016 in San Diego, CA, Laerdal Medical asked the experts: Which is more important, debriefing or deliberate practice? Listen to what they said and why.
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