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An in situ simulation program: a quantitative and qualitative prospective study identifying latent safety threats and examining participant experiences.

Kjaergaard-Andersen G, Ibsgaard P, Paltved C, et al. An in situ simulation program: a quantitative and qualitative prospective study identifying latent safety threats and examining participant experiences. Int J Health Care Qual. 2021;33(1):mzaa148. doi:10.1093/intqhc/mzaa148.

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January 20, 2021
Kjaergaard-Andersen G, Ibsgaard P, Paltved C, et al. Int J Health Care Qual. 2021;33(1):mzaa148.

Simulation training is used by hospitals to improve patient care. This study describes the experience of one Danish hospital shifting from simulation training at external centers to in situ training. The shift to in situ training identified several latent safety threats (e.g., equipment access, lack of closed-loop communication, out-of-date checklists) and these findings led to practice changes.  

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Kjaergaard-Andersen G, Ibsgaard P, Paltved C, et al. An in situ simulation program: a quantitative and qualitative prospective study identifying latent safety threats and examining participant experiences. Int J Health Care Qual. 2021;33(1):mzaa148. doi:10.1093/intqhc/mzaa148.

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