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Resilience Challenge: Using an evidence-based video game as a tool to support patient safety.

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Resilience Challenge : Using an evidence-based video game as a tool to support patient safety. / Jackson, Jennifer ; Iacovides, Ioanna; Duncan, Myanna.

2017. Abstract from South London Simulation Network 2017 Conference: Innovation, Collaboration & Evaluation, London, United Kingdom.

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Jackson, J, Iacovides, I & Duncan, M 2017, 'Resilience Challenge: Using an evidence-based video game as a tool to support patient safety.' South London Simulation Network 2017 Conference: Innovation, Collaboration & Evaluation, London, United Kingdom, 22/09/17, .

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Jackson, J., Iacovides, I., & Duncan, M. (2017). Resilience Challenge: Using an evidence-based video game as a tool to support patient safety.. Abstract from South London Simulation Network 2017 Conference: Innovation, Collaboration & Evaluation, London, United Kingdom.

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Jackson J, Iacovides I, Duncan M. Resilience Challenge: Using an evidence-based video game as a tool to support patient safety.. 2017. Abstract from South London Simulation Network 2017 Conference: Innovation, Collaboration & Evaluation, London, United Kingdom.

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Jackson, Jennifer ; Iacovides, Ioanna ; Duncan, Myanna. / Resilience Challenge : Using an evidence-based video game as a tool to support patient safety. Abstract from South London Simulation Network 2017 Conference: Innovation, Collaboration & Evaluation, London, United Kingdom.

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title = "Resilience Challenge: Using an evidence-based video game as a tool to support patient safety.",
author = "Jennifer Jackson and Ioanna Iacovides and Myanna Duncan",
note = "Abstract presented at South London Simulation Network 2017 Conference: Innovation, Collaboration & Evaluation, London, UK; 22nd September, 2017.; South London Simulation Network 2017 Conference: Innovation, Collaboration & Evaluation ; Conference date: 22-09-2017",
year = "2017",
language = "English",

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