Tactical and Operational Response to Major Incidents Feasibility and Reliability of Skills Assessment Using Novel Virtual Environments
Cohen, D., Sevdalis, N., Patel, V., et al. (2013). Tactical and Operational Response to Major Incidents: Feasibility and Reliability of Skills Assessment Using Novel Virtual Environments. Resuscitation. 84(7):992-8.
The authors tested the feasibility and reliability of assessing technical and non-technical disaster medicine skills across 3 multi-agency scenarios (1 pre-hospital and 2 in-hospital) within a virtual environment. The authors conclude that the results indicate that virtual technologies may be used to improve major incident response training.
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