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Implementation of an interdisciplinary hospital simulation center: launch of a simulated clinical service

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Julia Zuñiga Espinoza ,
Julia Zuñiga Espinoza

Universidad de Las Américas, Santiago de Chile, Chile

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Cristian Lermanda Peña ,
Cristian Lermanda Peña

Universidad de Las Américas, Santiago de Chile, Chile

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Ignacio Astudillo Ganora ,
Ignacio Astudillo Ganora

Universidad Diego Portales, Santiago de Chile, Chile

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Abstract

Introduction: clinical simulation as a teaching-learning tool has experienced a significant evolution in recent years in terms of the methodologies it has implemented to achieve learning results in different areas of health professions. Interdisciplinary clinical simulation is the recommendation of the experts.
Objectives: implement a simulated clinical service for the learning of intermediate cycle students of Health careers at the Faculty of Health and Social Sciences of a private university in Santiago de Chile in the year 2022.
Method: 408 students a private university in Santiago de Chile, a student satisfaction survey was applied regarding the learning experience in the interdisciplinary simulation center.
Conclusions: the students who participated in the activity valued the experience positively and considered it valuable for their professional training.

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Zuñiga Espinoza J, Lermanda Peña C, Astudillo Ganora I. Implementation of an interdisciplinary hospital simulation center: launch of a simulated clinical service. Salud, Ciencia y Tecnología [Internet]. 2024 Feb. 27 [cited 2024 Apr. 23];4:743. Available from: https://revista.saludcyt.ar/ojs/index.php/sct/article/view/743

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