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Simulation Training: Fundamentals and Applications - Philippe Fauquet-Alekhine


Year 2016

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ForewordPrefaceAcknowledgmentReflections and Theoretical Contributions Regarding Trainers' Practice and Simulation1 Developing and Using Simulation Situations as a Training Objective1.1 Simulators1.2 The Simulated Situation1.3 The Simulation Situation1.3.1 The Briefing1.3.2 Going onto the Simulator1.3.3 The Debriefing2 Understanding the Activity in Terms of Antagonistic Goals Which the Trainees Must Face3 Training and Development of TrainersReferencesAirliners Flying1 Introduction1.1 The Full Flight Simulator1.2 The Simulator Cabin2 Instructors and Pilots Involved in the Simulated Situation3 Structure and Constraints in a Simulated Situation3.1 The Desired Targets3.2 Description of the Simulation Session3.2.1 The Briefing3.2.2 In the Simulator3.2.3 The Debriefing3.2.4 Grading4 Elements of ConclusionAppendixReferencesPiloting Nuclear Reactors1 The “How” and the “Why” of the Simulation2 The Roles in Simulated Situations3 The Situation of Simulation3.1 Effects Sought and Pedagogical Objectives3.2 The Briefing Session3.3 Going onto the Simulator3.4 The Debriefing Session3.4.1 The “Simulator Effect” Invoked3.4.2 The “Simulator Effect” Operated4 Concluding RemarksReferencesThe Simulator of Critical Situations in Anesthesia1 Introduction2 Why Anesthesia is a Risky Situation?3 Simulators in Anesthesia4 The Simulation Session5 Applications of Simulation in Anesthesia5.1 Training of Health Actors5.2 The Simulator as a Tool for Clinical Research6 Limits of Simulators in Anesthesia and Intensive Care6.1 Financial and Technical Issues6.2 Unresolved Issues7 ConclusionReferencesVirtual Surgical Simulation: The First Steps in a New Training1 Introduction2 Simulation Situation2.1 HORUS: Simulation of US-Guided Procedures2.2 ULIS: Laparoscopic Surgery Simulation2.3 Simulation Conditions3 Analysis of Training Through Simulation3.1 Learning US-Guided Manoeuvres: HORUS3.1.1 Autonomous Learning with HORUS3.1.2 Accompanied Learning on HORUS3.1.3 Conclusions on Learning with the HORUS Simulator3.2 Learning Basic Manoeuvres of Laparoscopic Surgery3.2.1 Autonomous Learning on ULIS3.2.2 Conclusions on Learning with the ULIS Simulator4 ConclusionReferencesSimulation to Train Hot Rolling Mill Operators in Metalwork1 Metal Rolling Mill Operator: A Changing Profession2 Training for Rolling Mill Operators3 A Simulator for Training3.1 Why a Simulator?3.2 Which Kind of Simulator?4 Organization of the Training Process4.1 Prior to Training4.2 The Training Session4.2.1 Training on Simulator4.2.2 Debriefing of the Simulator Run4.2.3 Situations Experienced in Training4.3 End of the Session and Afterwards5 Training and Professional PracticeConclusionFurther Readings Simulation and TrainingRisk, Safety and Human ErrorAppendix
 
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