Sociological Fidelity: keeping the Patient at the heart of interprofessional learning – article by past simulation Fellow Libby Thomas and Scott Reeves in the Journal of Interprofessional Learning.

Over the past decade or so there has been an extraordinary expansion of a variety of simulated learning activities involving a wide range of students and practitioners from a number of different professional groups. A key focus for educators is achieving ‘high fidelity’ simulated educational experiences for their learners.

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J Interprof Care, 2015: 29(3): 177-178