Technology-enhanced simulation has emerged as a great educational tool for pediatric education. Indeed, it represents an effective method to instruct on technical and non-technical skills, employed by a large number of pediatric training programs. However, this unique pandemic era posed new challenges also on simulation-based education. Beyond the mere facing of the clinical and societal impacts, it is fundamental to take advantage from the current changes and investigate innovative approaches to improve the education of pediatric healthcare professionals. To this aim, we herein lay down the main pillars that should support the infrastructure of the future technology-enhanced simulation.

Enhancing the future of simulation-based education in pediatrics

Spadea, Manuela
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Abstract

Technology-enhanced simulation has emerged as a great educational tool for pediatric education. Indeed, it represents an effective method to instruct on technical and non-technical skills, employed by a large number of pediatric training programs. However, this unique pandemic era posed new challenges also on simulation-based education. Beyond the mere facing of the clinical and societal impacts, it is fundamental to take advantage from the current changes and investigate innovative approaches to improve the education of pediatric healthcare professionals. To this aim, we herein lay down the main pillars that should support the infrastructure of the future technology-enhanced simulation.
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Augmented reality systems; Communication skills; Pediatric education; Serious games; Simulation-based medical education; Child; Computer Simulation; Education, Medical, Graduate; Humans; Pediatrics; Simulation Training; Clinical Competence
Spadea, Manuela; Ciantelli, Massimiliano; Fossati, Nicoletta; Cuttano, Armando
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