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16August

Faking it!

When we were young we knew how to believe in ourselves. I don’t think I would ever ride a bike if I had to learn that after the age of 20 but as a 5yo I was told I could do it and I believed I could….and then I did….possiblyTo Go ahead
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Communication is a bit like Magic….. Some people seem to have been born magically as good communicators and then there are those that although they put all the same ingredients into the cauldron they are still left with a frog.  So this post is going to try and demystify someTo Go ahead
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Fidelity for Dummies….This is an introduction post for those of you naive to the world of mannequins and fidelity. For those of us absorbed into this alternate universe these phrases and their meaning are part of our local language. However it has become apparent to me that not everyone isTo Go ahead
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Dungeons and Dragons and the OSCE exam Why the OSCE exam is a cross between a game of “Dungeons and Dragons” and a” Choose your own adventure book”….. I may be showing my age but I have often thought that performing in an OSCE Exam (and any simulation) seems toTo Go ahead
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Simulation for the OSCE Exam Course With the 2015.2 OSCE exam looming, we are busy preparing our Simulation for the OSCE Exam course which will launch on September 15th in Brisbane. This blog is your opportunity to post some of the tips you have for the next cohort of examTo Go ahead
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Today the new eduAcute Simulation Blog has gone live! The eduAcute Simulation Blog is an opportunity for simulation users, educators and developers to share ideas about how we can increase and improve the utility of medical simulation.  It is also an opportunity to gather simulation tools and information in oneTo Go ahead
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