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One graduate student and several OT department faculty members served as actors depicting standardized patients. Each actor was provided with information on the diagnosis, treatment strategies, and psychosocial needs of the case study patient that they were responsible for portraying during role-play sessions.
Portfolios would help resolve this issue by providing ample opportunities for physician learning, remediation, and enhancement of skills throughout medical training, using a variety of challenging real-life situations, role-play, small group discussions, standardized patient encounters, direct observation, and recorded assessments (Deveugele et al., 2005; Lane & Rollnick, 2007; Rees, Sheard, & McPherson, 2004; Smith et al., 2007).
Barriers to implementation of mock "comfort code" scenarios are time constraints due to the demanding schedule of the residents and the team implementing the modules as well as costs to provide standardized patients and interactive equipment.
This study explored the effectiveness of an educational intervention and implementation of an evidence-based tool kit on staff perceptions of how their actions influenced patient experiences, and increased standardized patient care processes and CGCAHPS scores.
The standardized patient project is emblematic of how the author prefers to teach.
Using standardized patients to teach therapeutic communication in psychiatric nursing.
Upon entering the room, residents were presented with a draped female standardized patient in lithotomy position, accompanied by a circulating nurse confederate.
According to the Association of Standardized Patient Educators, the international association for trainers, a standardized patient is "an individual hired and trained to portray the actual patient, presenting a faculty defined clinical scenario with patient history and physical symptoms for teaching and assessment purposes." (5)
A Standardized Patient (SP) is a person who has been coached to accurately and consistently recreate the history, personality, physical findings, and emotional structure and response pattern of an actual patient at a particular point in time.
We describe the development of a standardized patient (SP) assessment to measure SBIRT skills, resident perceptions of the exercise, and confidence in SBIRT skills.
An additional 26 professionals acted as contributors, as moral distress panellists, wellness leaders or standardized patients. A standardized patient (SP) is a healthy person trained to portray the personal history, physical symptoms, emotional characteristics and everyday concerns of an actual patient.

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