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author = {Weldon, S and Ralhan, S and Paice, L and Kneebone, R and Bello, F},
doi = {10.1111/tct.12549},
journal = {Clinical Teacher},
pages = {90--94},
title = {Sequential simulation of a patient journey},
url = {},
volume = {14},
year = {2016}

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AB - Objectives: To develop an intervention for educating pharmacists(community and hospital) about integrated care and their role in implementingit.Methods: We developed a sequential simulation derived from a patient’sjourney, the key scenario featuring a community pharmacist. The scenarioswere designed with input from pharmacists and patients, and emphasized theeffect operating in silos can have on the patient.Evaluation: Evaluation was by questionnaire, field notes and analysis ofvideo material. 21/37 (56.7%) participants responded to the questionnaire.19/21 expressed that they felt the event was a good or excellent educationalexperience, and had improved their confidence in their capability to improvepatient care. 19/21 said their knowledge and understanding of integrated carehad been enhanced. The sequential simulation was appreciated as a way ofvisualizing integrated care, with 19/21 describing it as good or excellent.Further themes were identified through video-analysis and field note analysis.Conclusion: Sequential Simulation is a novel and practical approach topresent current care pathways, aiming to generate a mutual focus, createparticipant empathy and bring the conventionalities of integrated care to life.We consider this approach helpful in preparing frontline staff to participate in integrated care.
AU - Weldon,S
AU - Ralhan,S
AU - Paice,L
AU - Kneebone,R
AU - Bello,F
DO - 10.1111/tct.12549
EP - 94
PY - 2016///
SN - 1743-4971
SP - 90
TI - Sequential simulation of a patient journey
T2 - Clinical Teacher
UR -
UR -
VL - 14
ER -