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Bringing Emergency Medicine Simulation to India

Tania Ahluwalia, M.D., FAAP, associate director of Global Health Programs, Division of Emergency Medicine and Trauma Services at Children's National Hospital, is conducting an educational study in India: “Feasible and effective use of a simulation-based curriculum for postgraduate emergency medicine trainees in India to improve learner awareness, self-efficacy, knowledge and skills.” In these videos, Dr. Ahluwalia’s team, including emergency medicine fellow Michael Hrdy, M.D., explains how to use simulation to teach trainees.

This series from Children’s National Hospital defines simulation and explains how to perform simulation, including specific cases and debriefing tools. In this video, Children's National Emergency Medicine and Trauma Services Department Pediatrician Michael Hrdy, M.D., introduces simulations and discusses their benefits.