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Mastering Surgical Skills Through Simulation-Based Learning: Practice Makes One Perfect



Mastering Surgical Skills Through Simulation-Based Learning: Practice Makes One Perfect



Journal of Cutaneous and Aesthetic Surgery 9(1): 27-31



Simulation-based learning in surgery is a learning model where an environment similar to real life surgical situation is created for the trainee to learn various surgical skills. It can be used to train a new operator as well to assess his skills. This methodology helps in repetitive practice of surgical skills on nonliving things so that the operator can be near-perfect when operating on a live patient. Various models are available for learning different dermatosurgery skills.

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