Toy story: by Michelle Davison


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Michelle is a powerhouse of paediatric education. She has leveraged her interest in both paediatrics and simulation to create EduAcute. At DFTB17 she talked about what fidelity in simulation actually means. Do we need to have the fanciest, most expensive mannequins to achieve our learning outcomes? It is all well and good playing with expensive toys but if our learners don’t actually learn anything other than “Wow, that mannequin was really realistic” then what was the point.


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  • The house-elves are still hard at work, copying, pasting, and occasionally weaving a little magic!


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