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Simulation training improves critical decision-making skills of ER residents



Simulation training improves critical decision-making skills of ER residents







A Henry Ford Hospital study found that simulation training improved the critical decision-making skills of medical residents performing actual resuscitations in the Emergency Department.Researchers say the residents performed better in four key skill areas after receiving the simulation training: Leadership, problem solving, situational awareness and communication. Their overall performance also sharpened.

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