Just wanted to share an interesting article from BMJ Journals that was done last year titled In Situ simulation and its effects on patient outcomes: a systemic review. They found that “The present review discovered evidence in the literature that incorporation of in situ simulation training is statistically correlated with improved patient morbidity and mortality. To determine the true impact of in situ simulation either independently or as part of a larger training programme, future research should make use of more isolating protocols with fewer confounding factors” (Goldshtein D, Krensky C, Doshi S, et al, 2020). Steps Insitu can help gather data for these future studies by tracking improvements within organizations and against all participants. This data can be very useful to improvement of healthcare everywhere. You can read the full article here: https://stel.bmj.com/content/6/1/3
Goldshtein D, Krensky C, Doshi S, et al
In situ simulation and its effects on patient outcomes: a systematic review
BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning 2020;6:3-9.