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Lessons Learned: Implementing UK-Developed Interprofessional Simulation Training Courses in a Canadian Setting

Lessons Learned: Implementing UK-Developed Interprofessional Simulation Training Courses in a Canadian Setting” is a paper discussing a UK-based pilot course carried out in Canada. Participants found the course to be relevant and applicable, with over half reporting that they would change their practice as a result. Sociological fidelity concerns were noted, as was the need to contextualise the course material to fit local health care systems.

Kelly, A., Nirula, L., McDiarmid, E., Jindani, F., Fernando, A., Naismith, L., & Kowalski, C. (2018). Lessons Learned: Implementing UK-Developed Interprofessional Simulation Training Courses in a Canadian Setting. Academic Psychiatry42(5), 659-663.

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