Is the common approach to teaching ALS skills cost-effective?

Amy Seymour-Walsh, Paul Worley, Anna Vnuk, Hugh Grantham

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    Medical education requires time and resources, but when we anticipate the cost of an endeavour, there is more than just a financial value to consider. This study broadens the definition of cost within the theoretical framework of symbiotic clinical education.1 This framework considers the stakeholders involved in clinical education beyond just the student and the teacher, but also the clinician, teaching institution, health service and patient.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)e46-e46
    Number of pages1
    Issue numberSupplement 1
    Publication statusPublished - Sep 2016


    • Advanced Life Support
    • medical education
    • symbiotic clinical education
    • four-stage skill teaching approach (4SA)
    • two-stage approach
    • Randomised controlled trial


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