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Constructing safe containers for effective learning: Vignettes of breakdown in psychological safety during simulated scenarios

conference contribution
posted on 11.03.2019, 00:00 by AM Carrera, Anjum Naweed, E Leigh, T Crea, B Krynski, K Heveldt, M Lyons, C Knott, S Khetia
This paper reports on work completed to date comparing a range of approaches to using simulation in industry settings. We document, share and compare across psychological and physical ‘safety’ dimensions in each of our domains, and describe how these are managed in different contexts. The concept of simulation as creating, and then existing, within a ‘safe container,’ a term is used as a metaphor for the context of simulation in action. In this paper we first reprise work undertaken during 2015 to develop baseline comparisons of key simulation factors across our disciplines/activities. Each approach is described separately, then we use the data to extract key points of similarity and difference. Next, we consider what ‘safety’ is in the context of a simulation in action and explore how users can learn with, and from, each other about selecting appropriate strategies to both support and challenge the notion of ‘safety’ in simulation-based learning contexts. The paper does not include a complete consideration of all uses of simulation, however our approach to collecting data, sharing and considering the implications of the emerging array of information is proving to be useful for developing a broader scope with which to consider the issues of safety and learning which are central to the uses of simulation that we are exploring. © Springer International Publishing AG, part of Springer Nature 2018.

History

Editor

Naweed A; Wardaszko M; Leigh E; Meijer S

Volume

10711 LNCS

Start Page

15

End Page

29

Number of Pages

15

Start Date

26/09/2016

Finish Date

29/09/2016

eISSN

1611-3349

ISSN

0302-9743

ISBN-13

9783319787947

Location

Melbourne, Australia

Publisher

Springer

Place of Publication

Cham, Switzerland

Peer Reviewed

Yes

Open Access

No

External Author Affiliations

QinetiQ Ltd., UK; Austin Health and Bendigo Health, Building Leadership Simulation Centre, Victoria; Royal New Zealand Navy; Royal Adelaide Hospital; FutureSearch, Australia; University of Canberra; Real First Aid Pty Ltd.Victoria

Author Research Institute

Appleton Institute

Era Eligible

Yes

Name of Conference

21st Annual Simulation Technology and Training Conference, SimTecT 2016, and 47th International Simulation and Gaming Association Conference, ISAGA 2016

Parent Title

Intersections in Simulation and Gaming : 21st Annual Simulation Technology and Training Conference, SimTecT 2016, and 47th International Simulation and Gaming Association Conference, ISAGA 2016, Held as Part of the First Australasian Simulation Congress, ASC 2016, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, September 26-29, 2016, Revised Selected Papers