Basic-SiM train-the-trainer: A model to prepare aviation educators for simulation based-first aid learning

Muhamad Nur Fariduddin, Lei Hum Wee, Lilia Halim, Mohd Johar Jaafar

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Abstract

Medical emergency on board is a new phenomenon that lack of attention. Despite the presence of cabin crew who is certified to provide medical care to the passenger, failure to acquire the non-technical skills and low level of knowledge and technical skills retention is reported to be major challenges in developing a highly competent cabin crew in providing effective medical care. Having the ability to design simulations, implement it into teaching, and effectively evaluate simulated performance is starting to become a key role for educators in health care. For most educators, a practical knowledge and skills gap resides between the need for simulation learning and proficiencies in designing and utilising simulation. The purpose of this model was to develop a 'trained educators' from the aviation industry with the knowledge and skills to utilise simulation effectively. The steps involve identification, development, and integration with a follow-up assessment. The implementation of the pro- gram yielded a significant improvement on the participants' knowledge, t (129) = -6.27, p < .001 together with a total DASH-SV score of 6.32. The barriers, including difficulties encountered executing the model, are discussed combined with the implication for future ap- plication. This model is an effective approach for developing a trained educator in first aid for aviation incorporated with simulation learning. The trained educator will then become a pioneer and train another organisation.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)32-43
Number of pages12
JournalASM Science Journal
Volume11
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2018

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Keywords

  • Aviation education
  • Cabin crew
  • First aid
  • Simulation learning
  • Three step model

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Basic-SiM train-the-trainer : A model to prepare aviation educators for simulation based-first aid learning. / Fariduddin, Muhamad Nur; Wee, Lei Hum; Halim, Lilia; Jaafar, Mohd Johar.

In: ASM Science Journal, Vol. 11, No. 1, 01.01.2018, p. 32-43.

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