Simulation for Health Care Administration Students in the Standardized Performance Assessment Laboratory
Health care providers must understand medical-legal issues. Their research explores how students learn by incorporating medical-legal issues (e.g., informed consent) into scenarios in the human simulation lab. Learning objectives are explicit written statements or anticipated outcomes derived by the participant in a continuing education activity. They are specific, short range, and action oriented in nature. Summary statements that describe the content or curriculum of the activity are not learning objectives.
- Explain the potential benefits experienced by all stakeholders involved in a healthcare administration simulation.
- Describe the primary steps to develop and implement a complex legal and ethical decision-making simulation for healthcare administration students
- Identify unique constraints, special considerations and lessons learned when the standardized performance lab is used to carry out a healthcare administration simulation.
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