Practicing Medical Procedures on the Newly or Nearly Dead
Procedural competency can be taught to learners through a variety of settings, including procedures on patients, as well as simulation, cadaver, and animal models. Procedural training on the newly or nearly dead can be performed ethically, following patient or family consent. Faculty supervision is imperative for all models of training in procedural competency.
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& Marco, C. A.
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