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Simulation Center: Exam Prep: CHSE Exam Prep

CHSE Examination Preparation References

Archer, J. C. (2010) State of the Science in Health Professional Education: Effective Feedback. Medical

               Education, 44(1), 101-108.

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               Professionals. Simulation and Gaming, 42 (1). 9-26.

Barrows, H. S. (1993). An Overview of the Uses of Standardized Patients for Teaching and Evaluating

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Boulet, J. R., Jeffries, P. R., Hatala, R. A., Korndorffer, J. R., Feinstein, D. M., & Roche, J. P. (2011).

               Research Regarding Methods of Assessing Learning Outcomes. Simulation in Healthcare, 6(7),


Cant, R. & Cooper, S. (2009). Simulation-Based Learning in Nurse Education: Systematic Review.

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Cantrell, M. A. (2008). The Importance of Debriefing in Clinical Simulations. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 4(2), e19-e23. 


Cleland, J. A., Abe, K., Rethans, J. (2009). The Use of Simulated Patients in Medical Education. Medical

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Dieckmann, P., Gaba, D., & Rall, M. (2007). Deepening the Theoretical Foundations of Patient Simulation

               as Social Practice. Simulation in Health Care, 2(3). 183-193.

Dieckmann, P., Lippert, A., Rall, M., & Glavin, R. (2010). When Things Do Not Go As Expected: Scenario

               Life Savers. Simulation in Health Care, 5(4), 219-225.

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Dreifuerst, K.T. (2009). The Essentials of Debriefing in Simulation Learning: A Concept Analysis. Nursing

               Education Perspectives, 10(2), 109-114.

Elfrink, V. L., Nininger, J., Rohig, L., & Lee, J. (2009). Case for Group Planning in Human Patient

               Simulation. Nursing Education Perspectives, 30(2), 83-86.

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               Healthcare, 2(2), 115-125.

Forsythe, L. (2009). Action Research, Simulation, Team Communication, and Bringing the Tacit Into

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Gee, J.P. (2003). What videogames have to teach us about learning and literacy. New York, NY:

               Palgrave-McMillan. NOTE: this book has many useful individual chapters.

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               Uses of High-Fidelity Medical Simulations That Lead to Effective Learning: a BEME Systematic

               Review. Medical Teacher, 27(1), 10-28.

Kardong-Edgren, S., Adamson, K. A., & Fitzgerald, C., (2010). A Review of Currently Published

               Evaluation Instruments for Human Patient Simulation. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 6, e25-e35.

LeFlore, J. L., & Anderson, M. (2009) Alternative Educational Models for Interdisciplinary Student Teams.

               Simulation in Healthcare, 4(3), 135-142.

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               Standardized Patients in Teaching and Learning: 1996-2005. Medical Teacher, 31(6), 487-492.

McGaghie, W.C., Issenberg, S. B., Petrusa, E.R., & Scalese, R.J. (2010). A Critical Review of

               Simulation-Based Medical Education Research: 2003-2009. Medical Education, 44, 50-63.


Nelles, L. J., Smith, C., Lax, L., & Russell, L. (2011). The Use of Video Simulation to Enhance

Experiential Learning in a Web-Based Communication and Cultural Competence Program for International Medical Graduates. The Canadian

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               Education? Medical Education, 42, 189-197.

Van Heukelom, J. N., Begaz, T., Treat, R., (2010). Comparison of postsimulation debriefing versus insimulation debriefing in medical simulation.

               Simulation in Healthcare, 5(2), 91-97.

Walton, J., Chute, E., Ball, L. (2011). Negotiating the Role of the Professional Nurse: The Pedagogy of

               Simulation; A Grounded Theory. Journal of Professional Nursing, 27(5), 299-310.

Wang, E. (2011). Simulation and Adult Learning. Dis Mon, 57, 664-678

Wang, E. E., Kharasch, M., & Kuruna, D. (2011). Facilitative Debriefing Techniques for Simulation-based

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