MEMC VI Abstracts| Volume 41, ISSUE 2, P206, August 2011

Teaching Pediatric Emergency Medicine: Traditional vs. Simulation Enhanced Curriculum

      Simulation in medicine has seen rapid recent expansion. Evaluation tools such as checklists have been shown to discriminate between novice and experienced providers with good inter-rater reliability (IRR). We sought to evaluate the effectiveness of a simulation-enhanced curriculum compared to standard didactics.
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