Working as simulated patient has effects on real patient life - Preliminary insights from a qualitative study

2016 | journal article; research paper. A publication with affiliation to the University of Göttingen.

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​Simmenroth-Nayda, A., Marx, G., Lorkowski, T. & Himmel, W. (2016). ​Working as simulated patient has effects on real patient life - Preliminary insights from a qualitative study. GMS Journal for Medical Education33(3), Article Doc42​. ​doi: https://doi.org/10.3205/zma001041 

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Title Variant(s)
Hat die Tätigkeit von Simulationspatienten Effekte auf deren realen Patienten-Alltag? Eine qualitative Interviewstudie
Authors
Simmenroth-Nayda, Anne ; Marx, Gabriella; Lorkowski, Thorsten; Himmel, Wolfgang 
Abstract
Persons who simulate patients during medical education understand the routines and the underlying script of medical consultations better. We aimed to explore how simulated patients (SPs) integrated this new understanding into their daily life, how this work affected their private life as patients, and what we can learn from these changes for concepts of empowerment.
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2016
Journal
GMS Journal for Medical Education 
Organization
Institut für Allgemeinmedizin 
eISSN
2366-5017
Language
English

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