Perspectivas sobre o uso das diretrizes de desenho instrucional para a simulação na saúde: revisão da literatura

Translated title of the contribution: Perspectives on the use of instructional design guidelines for health simulation: a literature review

Brena Carvalho de Melo*, Ana Rodrigues Falbo, Patricia Gomes Bezerra, Leila Katz

*Corresponding author for this work

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Abstract

AIMS: This article had two main objectives: to present a brief summary of introductory cognitive concepts on learning and instruction for simulation, including instructional design guidelines; and provide an overview of the current available evidence on the instructional perspectives on healthcare simulation training effectiveness, in particular with regards to simulation formats, fidelity and simulation site. METHODS: We searched for articles at MEDLINE/PubMed, Embase, Cochrane, ERIC, LILACS and SciELO databases, using the keywords "instructional design guidelines", "healthcare simulation", "simulation training", "simulation effectiveness", "complex learning", and "transfer of learning". No specific beginning date of publication was specified and last date of search was September 19th 2017. All articles in English and Portuguese were considered for inclusion with no specific exclusion criteria. A few articles were purposefully selected in search of introductory concepts on learning and instruction. RESULTS: Our search retrieved 3196 articles in the different databases. After preliminary title, abstract and content analysis, we selected 56 articles. Additionally, nine traditional articles and one book were included to present the best available evidence, reviews, reflections and critiques on simulation instructional perspectives, resulting in 66 references consulted in detail for this review. CONCLUSIONS: Simulation offers the opportunity for active learning for health professionals by providing a complex learning environment with integration of knowledge, skills and attitudes. With potential impact on the different levels of learning, behavior and results, special attention should be given to the instructional format of the simulation. Among the instructional design guidelines, authenticity stands out as one of the elements of fundamental relevance for learning. Other instructional elements, such as increasing complexity, proper training location, debriefing, self-assessment opportunity, and other forms of assessment, also have positive influence and should be used in planning different simulation instructional designs.
Translated title of the contributionPerspectives on the use of instructional design guidelines for health simulation: a literature review
Original languagePortuguese
Article number28852
Number of pages11
JournalScientia Medica
Volume28
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2018

Keywords

  • models, educational
  • simulation
  • instructional technology
  • transfer of learning
  • instructional design guidelines
  • TECHNOLOGY-ENHANCED SIMULATION
  • COGNITIVE LOAD THEORY
  • MEDICAL-EDUCATION
  • RECONSIDERING FIDELITY
  • CARE SIMULATION
  • METAANALYSIS
  • DIRECTIONS
  • PRINCIPLES
  • MOTIVATION
  • VALIDITY
  • FEATURES
  • IMPACT
  • FIDELITY
  • SCIENCE

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