This week’s post is a bit different. It’s not a sim case but rather a chance to delve into some of the amazing academic work that has been done in the simulation world over the years as a foundation to how and why we sim.
I recently found myself wondering, what would be the top 10 simulation papers/resources that I would recommend if asked that question? Rather than simply coming up with my own list, I turned to Twitter to engage with the #sim community and the response was excellent!
If you have found yourself wondering the same question I did, have a look below at some of the articles/resources that came up in the Twitter discussion organized by category and free-open-access (#FOAMsim) availability.
Of course, this list is no where near comprehensive. It is just a small sampling of practice changing simulation papers and resources. Do you have other articles you consider must reads in simulation literature? Any favourite #FOAMsim resources? Comment below and share them with our readers!
Thank you to all of you who engaged on Twitter and recommended articles.
Sim and Patient Related Outcomes
Culture and Simulation
Require Journal Access
Here is an excellent talk by Dr. Ben Symon outlining 5 foundational papers on simulation.
Here is a pdf resource from Jesse Spurr outlining resources used in the Simulcourse Facilitator Courses.
Here is a super solid #FOAMsim article from Life In The Fast Lane on simulation scenario design