MEMC VI Abstracts| Volume 41, ISSUE 2, P206-207, August 2011

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Change in Resident Confidence and Self-Efficacy in Caring for Pediatric Emergencies with a Supplemental Simulation Curriculum

      Medical simulation provides an opportunity to practice care without putting patients at risk, and for physician exposure to serious medical problems they may not manage routinely. Studies have demonstrated its utility in teaching team cohesiveness, trauma management skills, and crisis resource management. This study sought to determine if simulation improved Emergency Medicine (EM) resident confidence and self-efficacy in dealing with pediatric emergencies.
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