Subject: Debate | Team training | Experiential learning theory | Socio-cultural learning theories | Education | Teamwork | Medicine(all) | In-situ simulation | Conceptual framework
19/01/15 OA paper, Ok to add.
Background: As a conceptual review, this paper will debate relevant learning theories to inform the development, design and delivery of an effective educational programme for simulated team training relevant to health professionals. Disc... View more
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