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• Build stronger teams. Trainees learn how to perform safer practices while also developing an understanding and respect for all members of the team. Debriefing sessions are also valuable learning opportunities: even after the simulation, teams can continue to build competencies by watching videos of the simulation event.
• Reveal areas for improvement. If a team member isn’t responding as they should, simulation training can be used to identify this weakness and encourage a positive change in behavior. If a gap isn’t identified during the simulation itself, team members still have an opportunity to identify it during debriefing.
• Identify unrecognized risks. Clinical simulation can help teams and organizations pinpoint unknown areas that pose a risk and take steps to eliminate them. Again, these risks may be identified during the simulation itself or in viewing the simulation video.
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