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A longitudinal study on the impact of simulation on positive deviance through speaking up.

Violato EM. A longitudinal study on the impact of simulation on positive deviance through speaking up. Can J Respir Ther. 2022;58:137-142. 10.29390/cjrt-2022-006

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November 30, 2022
M. Violato E. Can J Respir Ther. 2022;58:137-142.

Healthcare trainees and junior clinicians are often reluctant to speak up about safety concerns. This qualitative study found that simulation training to enhance speaking up behaviors had lasting effects among advanced care paramedics and respiratory therapists as they moved from training into practice. Respondents highlighted the importance of experience for speaking up and the benefits of high-impact simulation training.

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Violato EM. A longitudinal study on the impact of simulation on positive deviance through speaking up. Can J Respir Ther. 2022;58:137-142. 10.29390/cjrt-2022-006

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