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Pediatric and neonatal emergencies are highly stressful events, where decisions need to be made quickly in a short amount of time under a high cognitive load, and outstanding medical and non-technical skills are required. Simulation-based medical education is an emerging tool to train healthcare providers to ...

Pediatric and neonatal emergencies are highly stressful events, where decisions need to be made quickly in a short amount of time under a high cognitive load, and outstanding medical and non-technical skills are required. Simulation-based medical education is an emerging tool to train healthcare providers to perform in a simulated real-life experience. However, as new technologies and educational methods emerge, more research is needed to study the implementation and impact of these new approaches for medical education, as well as their translation to patient care.

This Research Topic aims to address medical education in pediatrics and neonatology. New technologies, such as feedback devices, augmented/virtual reality, additive manufacturing, artificial intelligence, and sensors, are of high interest. In addition, the collection will includes studies from simulation-based training to clinical studies, bringing together innovative and promising ideas to increase patient safety. We also welcome submissions from studies that focus on the translation from simulation-based medical education to clinical outcomes.

Contributors are welcome to submit research articles focusing on promising and innovative new teaching methods, from students to postgraduate and clinical education of healthcare providers. Original research articles, meta-analyses, as well as review articles are welcome.

Keywords: medical education, simulation, technologies, augmented reality, AR, virtual reality, VR, artificial intelligence, AI, sensors, clinical application, translation


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