In recent years, simulation-based training in surgery has emerged as a viable accompaniment to traditional teaching methods. Multiple studies have highlighted the benefits of simulation-based training in both learning and teaching aspects of surgical training, with a particular emphasis on the honing of technical skills. However, multiple issues still exist in widespread implementation of simulation-based training, especially in the developing countries. Furthermore, the existing literature needs to be expanded upon in both quantity and quality domains to ensure a more evidence-based transition to simulation-based training in surgery. The current review article was planned to take a look at the existing literature on the current state of simulation-based training in paediatric surgery, its potential to revolutionise paediatric surgical training, and to propose solutions to the issues that are delaying wider implementation.
JPMA. The Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association
Dogar, S. A.,
Qazi, S. H.
(2021). Simulation-based training in the paediatric surgery population: A review of current trends and future direction. JPMA. The Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association, 71(1(Suppl 1)), S38-S41.
Available at: https://ecommons.aku.edu/pakistan_fhs_mc_surg_paediatr/54