Advances in simulation help clinicians learn teamwork

01/29/2010 | NYTimes.com

Advances in simulation training allow medical professionals to develop individual skills and learn about good teamwork and communication in a practice setting, writes Dr. Pauline Chen in her New York Times blog. Some physicians are hesitant to use simulation initially, but most realize the benefits of practicing "in an environment without consequences," one expert said.

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