Simulating haematological emergencies eases trainees’ learning curve

Taking part in simulation exercises can help better prepare junior doctors starting haematology rotations, according to UK research. In a pilot testing new recruits on three haematology emergency scenarios, simulation exercises improved confidence and knowledge of complex treatment protocols across the board, according to findings released for the British Society for Haematology annual meeting.. Speaking ...

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