The current orientation in medical education defines how the experience gained through simulation is at the basis of the development of clinical experience. As in many forms of innovative teaching, postgraduate students implement clinical practices in environments that simulate real situations through active learning. In this context we describe the state of the art regarding the main tools for managing critical events in the medical field, through an experimental research that investigates the potential offered by communication design for medical training in immersive simulation environments, also in relation to narrative medicine. Starting from the most widespread simulation methodologies that take place in reconstructed real environments, case studies regarding emergency intervention were selected, in order to analyse risk situations. The study spurred the organization of design considerations in relation to the main practices and guidelines related to emergency management, with the aim of identifying how to integrate communication design and achieve better performance on behalf of the involved actors.

Design and medical training Experimental hypotheses for training in immersive Environments

D. Calabi;M. Bisson;
2019

Abstract

The current orientation in medical education defines how the experience gained through simulation is at the basis of the development of clinical experience. As in many forms of innovative teaching, postgraduate students implement clinical practices in environments that simulate real situations through active learning. In this context we describe the state of the art regarding the main tools for managing critical events in the medical field, through an experimental research that investigates the potential offered by communication design for medical training in immersive simulation environments, also in relation to narrative medicine. Starting from the most widespread simulation methodologies that take place in reconstructed real environments, case studies regarding emergency intervention were selected, in order to analyse risk situations. The study spurred the organization of design considerations in relation to the main practices and guidelines related to emergency management, with the aim of identifying how to integrate communication design and achieve better performance on behalf of the involved actors.
3rd International Conference on Environmental Design
9788855090605
Communication design, checklist, immersiveness, narrative medicine, simulation
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