Advances in Simulation – Words Matter

Press/Media: Expert Comment

Period03 May 2019

Media contributions

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Media contributions

  • TitleAdvances in Simulation – Words Matter
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletSimulcast
    Media typeWeb
    Duration/Length/Size35:54
    CountryAustralia
    Date03/05/2019
    Description''Non-technical skill’ is not a great term for the range of skills and behaviours we expect of our healthcare professionals. It also belies a not so subtle hierarchy of skills where ‘hard’, technical, ‘medical expertise’ are afforded primacy, sometimes to the detriment of our patient care.

    Our latest collaborative podcast with Advances in Simulation features an editorial – Words matter: towards a new lexicon for ‘nontechnical skills’ training by Paul Murphy, Debra Nestel and Gerry Gormley.

    In this podcast I was joined by Paul Murphy from Queens University Belfast, the lead author of the article, as well as Pamela Andreatta, who was part of a group who authored a similarly themed article in 2011.

    We discussed words, culture, drama, impression management and values in health professional education and simulation.'
    Victorial Brazil
    Producer/AuthorVictorial Brazil
    URLsimulationpodcast.com/76-advances-simulation-words-matter/
    PersonsPaul Murphy, Victoria Brazil, Pamela Andreatta