The idea behind simulations and simulation training is to provide learners with opportunity to exercise a specific situation as many times as needed in order to develop required skills. Doing simulation training can learn someone to (a) anticipate their own reactions and (b) challenge and develop their professional judgement.

This is for example proven in studies of
medicine (Nystro╠łm, Gustavsson, Edelbring, Hult and Abrandt Dahlgren, 2017) and about master mariner (Sellberg, 2018), where the practice of real-world skills is logistically challenging, ethically questionable, dangerous, or costly.

Simulation training is used in lots of different areas such as for example,
the rescue services, ambulance services, and police force (Berlin, & Carlström, 2015) or Air Medicine (Dotson, Gustavsson, Tager, & Peterson, 2018).

Simulation Activities.
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