1. The importance of deliberate and repetitive practice and feedback are well recognized as key features effective learning via high-fidelity medical simulation particularly in the acquisition of clinical procedural skills. To provide adequate opportunity of these key features, learners must have access to appropriate simulation devices, equipment, faculty mentoring, expertise, feedback, and individualized time to acquire a designated skill to the defined level of competence or mastery.

    Though this model is achievable, it comes at a high cost. In some cases this limits the opportunity for learners to have adequate, individualized opportunities to achieve desired performance outcomes. As clinical demands increase on medical educators, the availability of their time to observe, mentor students and provide meaningful corrective feedback is becoming more difficult. Finally, faculty observations of clinical procedural skills rely mainly on subjective criteria regarding the actual precision of real-time human performance metrics. The objective measurement of these human performance metrics is a “missing middle” both in terms of simulator(s) and faculties’ ability to provide corrective feedback to aid in the acquisition or performance improvement of procedural skills.

    Our ongoing research and development efforts regarding AIMS™ PRO and AIMS™ CORE will address the current "missing middle" in the clinical environment and provide a professional simulation environment at a fraction of the cost and physical footprint.

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HealthCare Simulations

Justin Maestri

Medical procedures, if performed incorrectly, can have serious and sometimes fatal consequences. For example, a misplaced airway tube could result in a patient’s death. The importance of deliberate and repetitive practice and feedback are well recognized…


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Medical procedures, if performed incorrectly, can have serious and sometimes fatal consequences. For example, a misplaced airway tube could result in a patient’s death. The importance of deliberate and repetitive practice and feedback are well recognized as key features effective in learning via high-fidelity medical simulation, particularly in the acquisition of clinical procedural skills. To provide adequate opportunity of these key features, learners must have access to appropriate simulation devices, equipment, faculty mentoring, expertise, feedback, and individualized time to acquire a designated skill to the defined level of competence or mastery.

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