Talking the talk and walking the walk: Are patient safety priorities addressed by simulation-based education?

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Bogossian, Fiona, Seaton, Philippa, Levett-Jones, Tracy, Cant, Robyn, Cooper, Simon, Kelly, Michelle and Ng, Linda. 2019. "Talking the talk and walking the walk: Are patient safety priorities addressed by simulation-based education?" 8th International Clinical Skills Conference (ICSC 2019). Prato, Italy 19 - 22 May 2019
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Talking the talk and walking the walk: Are patient safety priorities addressed by simulation-based education?

Presentation TypePresentation
AuthorsBogossian, Fiona (Author), Seaton, Philippa (Author), Levett-Jones, Tracy (Author), Cant, Robyn (Author), Cooper, Simon (Author), Kelly, Michelle (Author) and Ng, Linda (Author)
Journal or Proceedings Title8th International Clinical Skills Conference 2019: Abstracts
Article NumberO51
Number of Pages1
Year2019
Web Address (URL) of Paperhttp://internationalclinicalskillsconference.com/programme
Conference/Event8th International Clinical Skills Conference (ICSC 2019)
Event Details
8th International Clinical Skills Conference (ICSC 2019)
Event Date
19 to end of 22 May 2019
Event Location
Prato, Italy
Abstract

Background
Over the last decade healthcare simulation has received strong government support in Australia and New Zealand e.g. in 2013 the Australian Government invested $46 million in capital and $48 million in recurrent funding in the establishment of over 200 simulation centres. The key driver for simulation-based education is to improve the quality and safety of healthcare and both countries have evidence-based, national measures of patient safety1,2. While simulation-based education has had a significant impact on knowledge and skills, there is limited evidence of the transfer of learning to practice and improved patient outcomes.

Objective
To explore the extent to which simulation-based education addresses the contemporary patient safety priorities in Australia1 and New Zealand2.

Methods
A scoping review of literature published between 2007-2016. Primary studies were included if they related to the NSQHS Standards1/HQS Indicators2 and evaluated the impact on clinician behaviour or patient safety. Studies were tabulated and synthesised.

Results
We identified 15 studies for inclusion in the review. Nine studies were undertaken in the USA, two in the UK and one each from Canada, France, Israel and Australia. Most studies were of medical and nursing staff, and five were interdisciplinary. In 11 of the studies the sample size was <40. Only four of the ten NSQHS standards (Preventing and controlling health care associated infections, medication safety, Patient handover and Recognising and responding to clinical deterioration in acute care) were addressed.

Conclusion
Critical synthesis of the literature identified that simulation-based education research addressed a limited number of quality and safety standards, with an emerging body of international research demonstrating significant impact on clinician behaviours and patient outcomes. The dearth of evidence from Australia and New Zealand suggests that outcomes of simulation in this region are not yet commensurate with significant investments that have been made.

References
1. Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Healthcare (2012) Retrieved 6th January 2017 from National Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS).
2. Health Quality and Safety Commission New Zealand. (2016) Retrieved 20th Jan 2017 from Health quality & safety indicators.

KeywordsPatient-safety; simulation-based education; NSQHS
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020420599. Nursing not elsewhere classified
Byline AffiliationsUniversity of the Sunshine Coast
University of Otago, New Zealand
University of Technology Sydney
Federation University
Curtin University
University of Queensland
Institution of OriginUniversity of Southern Queensland
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