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White-Casey2016
BibType ARTICLE
Key White-Casey2016
Author(s) Sarah Joan White, Marian Casey
Title Understanding Differences between Actual and Simulated Surgical Consultations: A Scoping Study
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Tag(s) EMCA, Medical Education, Simulation, Medical, Training
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Year 2016
Language English
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Journal Australian Journal of Linguistics
Volume 36
Number 2
Pages 257–272
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DOI 10.1080/07268602.2015.1121534
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Abstract

Simulation training is a widely used educational modality for both technical and non-technical skills and provides a safe environment for trainees to practise these skills. However, research into simulation training for communication in other institutional settings has found that simulations are not reflective of actual interactional or communicative practices. Clinical simulation research has also found that issues of authenticity impact on performance in simulations. Using conversation analysis, we compare what norms participants orient to in simulated versus actual surgeon–patient interactions. By doing so, we have identified differences between these interactions. In this article we focus on the ways actors present their problems differently to patients, how they manage the transition to history taking, and how they account for their visit to the doctor.

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