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Using In-Situ Simulation for Extracorporeal Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (ECPR) Guideline Development.
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  • Paul Ross,
  • Chris Nickson,
  • Jayne Sheldrake,
  • Jason McClure
Paul Ross
Alfred Intensive Care Unit, Alfred Health, 55 Commercial Road, Melbourne, 3181, Victoria, Australia
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Chris Nickson
Alfred Intensive Care Unit, Alfred Health, 55 Commercial Road, Melbourne, 3181, Victoria, Australia
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Jayne Sheldrake
Alfred Intensive Care Unit, Alfred Health, 55 Commercial Road, Melbourne, 3181, Victoria, Australia
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Jason McClure
Alfred Intensive Care Unit, Alfred Health, 55 Commercial Road, Melbourne, 3181, Victoria, Australia
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Abstract

The use of simulation in healthcare is an important pedagogical approach in education and training. In-situ simulation can provide an immersive experience in an authentic clinical environment for training healthcare professionals in both technical and non-technical skills. This article discusses an innovative approach to utilising in-situ simulation for the development of clinical practice guidelines. Interprofessional collaboration during this process promotes safe, effective, and team-based care as part of guideline development.