Hello, it’s NoelleTM. I think I am in labour…
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Nøgleord | Keywords

Midwifery, Simulation, Embodiment

Citation/Eksport

James, Susan. 2014. “Hello, it’s NoelleTM. I Think I Am in labour…: The Case of Creative Learning”. Akademisk Kvarter | Academic Quarter, nr. 09 (december):211-22. https://doi.org/10.5278/ojs.academicquarter.v0i09.3260.

Resumé | Abstract

The use of simulators has become an expectation for the teaching of health students. The ideal is that the student will practice all skills on a simulator before venturing out to real people. Enter NoelleTM created in the image of a pregnant woman who gives birth, talks and can haemorrhage on demand. The teacher is the puppeteer who breaths life into this creation and the student must imagine that this is a real life situation. Obstetrical simulators are also known as phantoms. What is it like to learn from a phantom?

https://doi.org/10.5278/ojs.academicquarter.v0i09.3260
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