Michael Lloyd is a clinical education lead pharmacist at St. Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals, NHS Trust.
With the evolving role of pharmacists and the growing complexity of healthcare, there is a need for interventions and innovations to enhance both individual task and team performance. Simulation-based training is an educational platform with potential in this area. This article outlines its applications in pharmacy and how it can support the skill acquisition and development of pharmacists.
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