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Anthropology to Explore the Culture in Medicine

Dr Swapnil Pawar August 3, 2020 145


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Join Dr. Eve Purdy from Canada to learn how to dissect the culture of your working environment through the lens of Anthropology. In this podcast, she describes simulation as a means to create moments of cultural compression and how that can be beneficial to evaluate and thus potentially modify the culture of the place.

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    Anthropology to Explore the Culture in Medicine
    Dr Swapnil Pawar

 

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Connecting simulation and quality improvement: how can healthcare simulation really improve patient care?

V Brazil, EI Purdy, K Bajaj. BMJ quality & safety 28 (11), 862-865
Identifying and transmitting the culture of emergency medicine through simulation

E Purdy, C Alexander, M Caughley, S Bassett, V Brazil. AEM education and training 3 (2), 118-128

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