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Archives of Scholarship in Simulation and Educational Techniques
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St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, CA
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Our channel is designed to promote a scholarly development of on-line repository of simulation cases, as well as scholarship and research that both test the effectiveness and investigate the mechanisms of novel educational techniques that can be freely shared across professions and geographical locations.

We believe that by sharing we can improve the quality of Simulation-Based Heath Professions Education – and, therefore, of health care services, products and systems everywhere.

 

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Memorial University, Faculty of Medicine, Clinical Learning and Simulation Centre and Tuckamore Simulation Research Collaborative

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Tia Renouf
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