ASHA News: Next in Access Academics and Research: Patient Simulations for Clinical Teaching Can standardized patient protocols—using people trained to portray patients and family members so that students can practice clinical skills—be used for clinical teaching in communication sciences and disorders? Check out the April issue of Access Academics and Research (www.asha.org/enews/accessacademics.html). In this issue, Richard I. Zraick, associate professor in the Department ... ASHA News
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ASHA News: Next in Access Academics and Research: Patient Simulations for Clinical Teaching
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ASHA News   |   March 01, 2014
ASHA News: Next in Access Academics and Research: Patient Simulations for Clinical Teaching
The ASHA Leader, March 2014, Vol. 19, 62. doi:10.1044/leader.AN6.19032014.62
The ASHA Leader, March 2014, Vol. 19, 62. doi:10.1044/leader.AN6.19032014.62
Can standardized patient protocols—using people trained to portray patients and family members so that students can practice clinical skills—be used for clinical teaching in communication sciences and disorders? Check out the April issue of Access Academics and Research (www.asha.org/enews/accessacademics.html).
In this issue, Richard I. Zraick, associate professor in the Department of Audiology and Speech Pathology at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, provides an overview of standardized patient methodology and discusses how this approach fits into the larger arena of simulations. He also includes a brief synopsis of the scientific literature about using standardized patients in the clinical education of CSD students. He closes with personal reflections on his own work with standardized patients for teaching and testing.
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