Response to ‘Living dolls and nurses without empathy’

As Canadian educators who have worked with simulation-based pedagogy for many years we read with interest the editorial ‘” target=”_blank”>Living dolls and nurses without empathy’. The authors of the article expressed a concern that all of us working in simulation have encountered: namely that a manikin – or any simulator, for that matter – cannot possibly accurately represent, and certainly cannot replace, a real person. We absolutely agree!
(Source: JAN interactive)

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