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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 37, Supplement 1, November 2003

Simulation in clinical learning
pp. 1-5(5)
Authors: Bradley, Paul; Postlethwaite, Keith

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Setting up a clinical skills learning facility
pp. 6-13(8)
Authors: Bradley, P; Postlethwaite, K

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Low- to high-fidelity simulation – a continuum of medical education?
pp. 22-28(7)
Authors: Maran, N J; Glavin, R J

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Development of foetal and neonatal simulators at the University of Porto
pp. 29-33(5)
Authors: van Meurs, W L; Couto, P M Sá; Couto, C D Sá; Bernardes, J F; Ayres-de-Campos, D

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Adoption and integration of simulation-based learning technologies into the curriculum of a UK Undergraduate Education Programme
pp. 42-49(8)
Authors: Issenberg, S B; Pringle, S; Harden, R M; Khogali, S; Gordon, M S

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Learning the skills of flexible sigmoidoscopy – the wider perspective
pp. 50-58(9)
Authors: Kneebone, R L; Nestel, D; Moorthy, K; Taylor, P; Bann, S; Munz, Y; Darzi, A

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Integrating human factors into the medical curriculum
pp. 59-64(6)
Authors: Glavin, R J; Maran, N J

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The use of clinical simulations in assessment
pp. 65-71(7)
Authors: Schuwirth, L W T; van der Vleuten, C P M

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The quality of a simulation examination using a high-fidelity child manikin
pp. 72-78(7)
Authors: Tsai, T-C; Harasym, P H; Nijssen-Jordan, C; Jennett, P; Powell, G

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