Comparison of Communication Outcomes in Traditional Versus Simulation Strategies in Nursing and Medical Students (Teaching WITH TECHNOLOGY)

Comparison of Communication Outcomes in Traditional Versus Simulation Strategies in Nursing and Medical Students (Teaching WITH TECHNOLOGY)

AS PATIENT COMPLEXITY CONTINUES TO INCREASE AND CLINICAL FACILITY SPACE BECOMES TIGHTER, SIMULATION HAS EMERGED AS A STRATEGY TO ACHIEVE CURRICULAR COMPETENCIES IN BOTH NURSING AND MEDICINE. Studies comparing the effectiveness of simulation strategies versus traditional strategies are on the rise as educators embark upon this new approach to facilitating student learning. At the same […]

Protection of Human Participants in Health Research--a Comparison of Some US Federal Regulations and South African Research Ethics Guidelines (Issues IN RESEARCH)

Protection of Human Participants in Health Research–a Comparison of Some US Federal Regulations and South African Research Ethics Guidelines (Issues IN RESEARCH)

In response to criticism of ethical review of a South African clinical trial, we contrast aspects of the United States Common Rule with South African research ethics requirements. In the USA the Common Rule does not apply to all health research and allows many exemptions from ethics review and waivers of informed consent. At a […]