Types, Purposes And Simulation Of Contributions In Vocational Training In Health: Narrative Review
Objective: To identify the types, purposes and the contributions of simulation in training in health.
Method: This is a narrative review of the literature in its construction were used studies surveyed in databases Latin American and Caribbean Health Sciences (LILACS) and Scopus, and other data sources.
Results: The types of simulations and simulators are characterized by the degree of organization of landscape and simulator technology: low, medium and high fidelity. These degrees of fidelity enable the development of skills and abilities in students in the context of health education.
Conclusion: Considering the scope and possibilities of its use, the simulation can be a positive tool in health education process.
Descriptors: Education. Simulation. Health. Education. Formative feedback.
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