|Title:||Who Can Be the Standardized Patient in Disaster Medical Full-Scale Exercise, Freshman, or Professional?||Authors:||Chen, Yun-Chang
|Keywords:||disaster exercise; disaster medical full-scale exercise; disaster medicine; standardized patient||Issue Date:||1-Mar-2022||Publisher:||TAIWAN SOC EMERGENCY MEDICINE||Journal Volume:||12||Journal Issue:||1||Start page/Pages:||23||Source:||Journal of acute medicine||Abstract:||
Disasters cannot be predicted, so being well-prepared is important before a disaster strike. Good preparation needs constant practice and improvement, and full-scale exercise can provide both. The standardized patients (SPs) in a full-scale exercise to simulate patients are vital because they can provide realistic effects to exercise participants. However, there was no literature about who is capable of being an SP. We investigated the relationship between the SPs' current occupation and previous experience with their fidelity and participants' performance.
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