Perspective From India: Simulation Is Often Misunderstood As A Substitute For Clinical Bedside Learning
DR. ANAND HINDUJA, CHSE, MBBS, MHA (Gold Medalist), CCEBDM (Diabetes),CONSULTANT PHYSICIAN & ADJUNCT FACULTY – CLINICAL SIMULATION, SYMBIOSIS INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY, INDIA
Dr. Anand Hinduja’s first brush with simulation took place in 2013, during a high-fidelity simulation workshop in a medical college in India.
“Frankly, I was completely unaware of the level of fidelity offered by simulators. I was awestruck during the course and made up my mind that I need to focus on gaining knowledge in this field. I instantly realised that simulation could revolutionise the teaching of medicine in India.”
Since then, he has developed more than 50 scenarios based on emergencies encountered in Internal Medicine department with a focus on endocrine and toxicological emergencies.
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