Episode 5 41 mins

Simulation in healthcare improvement research

How can simulation contribute to efforts to improve the quality and safety of healthcare? Jenni Burt discusses this question with one of the leaders in the healthcare simulation field, Victoria Brazil. They reflect on how simulation, originally used for medical education, contributes to healthcare improvement, and discuss practical examples, possible pitfalls, and much more.

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About our guest

Victoria Brazil is Professor of Emergency Medicine and Director of Simulation at Bond University and Gold Coast Health in Australia. She is also co-producer and regular host of the Simulcast podcast, which explores developments in healthcare simulation around the world. Her research focuses on simulation, high performing teams, and quality improvement for health services.

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